The Incoherence of Success: Intersections of Marriage and Education in a Second-Chance Girls' Education Initiative in Rural Upper Egypt
Keywords:Gender equity, comparative education, politics of education, outcomes measurement, Rural Education, Empowerment
AbstractIn Egypt, early-marriage is implicated as a barrier to educational access for girls living in rural areas. It is understood to impede women
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