Girls, Education, and Achievement: No Mountain Too High!


A note from the editor: since we recently celebrated international women’s day, I thought a guest post about girls appropriate!  

Education and Young Girls in the Contemporary Era

Education is a big deal for youngsters regardless of their specific genders. It can be a particularly big deal for the young women of the planet. That’s because girls historically have not been given the same advantages as their male counterparts have. In many countries, this still rings true.

This is precisely why it’s so critical to zero in on instilling the value of rock-solid educations in girls. You should go above and beyond to talk to girls about education and all of its opportunities. You should do so while they’re impressionable and brimming with youth. 

Waiting around to discuss education with the eager girls of the world is pointless. It can even be destructive. It’s critical for parents, educators, and the like to make sure that young girls grasp that solid educational backgrounds can make their existences a lot more promising. Education can make girls ready for achievements of all sorts. It can make them ready for an existence that is fulfilling and enjoyable, too.

Speaking with Young Girls About Education Matters

You shouldn’t hesitate to discuss all sorts of pertinent topics with young girls. Talk to them about high beta stocks and how they may influence matters. Talk to them about all sorts of fields and industries that may be suitable for their career routes as well.

It’s more critical than ever for girls who are young to grasp that the sky is the limit for them. Girls can go into mathematics if they wish. They can study and become engineers, brain surgeons, rocket scientists, lawyers and beyond.

There are no career pathways that aren’t options for girls who are committed and driven.

It’s also critical to talk about career avenues that are readily accessible to girls. It’s just as critical to discuss educational approaches. Girls need to understand that they have to take high school seriously. Thriving in high school can open them up to all sorts of incredible institutions of higher learning.

It can help to talk to girls in detail about undergraduate major programs that may be strong fits for them. It can help to make sure that they understand the ins and outs of graduate school as well. Some girls may opt to sign up for law school for three years. Law school can be a logical choice for girls who have majored in pre-law. 

Girls need to have strong role models in their lives.

They need to consistently be in the company of adults who set outstanding examples for them. If you’re an adult who has a solid educational background under your belt, talk about it with the young girls who are around you day in and day out.

If you’re an adult who has a career that makes you feel terrific about yourself, talk about it with them as well. You should aim to motivate young girls and prove to them that tenacity pays off when all is said and done.

Make a point to highlight girls’ skills and talents.

If an adult meets a young girl who has excellent mathematical abilities, he should talk to her about pursing them. Girls get a lot out of receiving positive feedback from the adults they admire. Positive reinforcement can go a long way.

It’s crucial for you to make sure that young girls understand that they can do anything in the world. They’re exactly like boys in that their educational and career choices are in no way restricted in developed countries like America.

Girls can shine in math and deal with complex equations and formulas. They can shine in languages and in grasping the fundamentals of word origins. You should make sure that girls know that their brains are just as capable as any other brain.

You can also talk to girls about the strength of recreational activities. Girls who pursue pastimes and hobbies are often able to tackle their educational journeys more smoothly. It can be terrific for girls to learn how to play the violin or the guitar. It can be amazing for girls to be able to learn how to speak diverse languages.

The sky is the limit when it comes to girls and moving ahead. A big world awaits that is full of opportunities and advancements. 

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Cori (that's me!) is a wildly hire-able freelance writer as well as the creative brains and dubious brawn behind this blog you're reading right now, My Name is Cori, & Salt, Light, and Faith. Oh and you might also call her an author. Visit C.B. Stone Books for more.

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