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How Would the World Change if Every Girl Was Educated?

EDUCATING GIRLS IS SMART, FOR ALL OF US When a girl receives an education, she has a real opportunity to break the cycle of poverty in just one generation. Intel believes education should be a fundamental right for everyone and is committed to making a real difference for girls across the globe. OUT OF THE WORLDS'S 130 MILLION OUT-OF-SCHOOL YOUTH, 10 RE CIRLS. WHEN A GIRL GOES TO SCHOOL SHE WILL REINVEST 90% OF HER INCOME INTO HER FAMILY AS COM ARED TO ONLY 30-40% FOR A MAN. AND WHEN 10% MORE OF ITS GIRLS GO TO SCHOOL, A COUNTRY'S GDP INCREASES AN AVERAGE OF 3% $$$$ (intel) Take Part FIND OUT MORE TAKEPART.COM/DAYOFTHEGIRL Sources: (Human Rights Watch, "Promises Broken: An Assessment of Children's Rights on the 10th Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child," [December 1999].) (Chris Fortson, "Women's Rights Vital for Developing World," Yale News Daily 2003.) (Council on Foreign Relations)

How Would the World Change if Every Girl Was Educated?

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Did you know that 77.6 million girls around the world are not enrolled in school? Education brings hope and is a proven path for a better future. Yet despite this certainty that education is essentia...




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