3 edition of Girls and women in education found in the catalog.
Girls and women in education
Based on proceedings of a one-day conference held at Stranmillis College, Belfast.
|Statement||edited by Karen Trew, Gerry Mulhern and Pamela Montgomery.|
|Series||Occasional paper / Northern Ireland Branch, British Psychological Society|
|Contributions||Trew, Karen., Mulhern, Gerry., Montgomery, Pamela., British Psychological Society. Northern Ireland Branch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i,79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
Education Education is the ladder out of poverty for girls. Educating the world’s girls and women is one of the best social development investments to be made. Studying the girls' education movement can shine a recent, relevant perspective on a range of issues covered in U.S. History, including women's suffrage and gender studies. Such study also provides an .
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