Education is a beacon to which everyone has equal access. Allah created man and woman on an equal footing and made no distinction between them. He has given them equal abilities. As a result, there should be no disagreements about educating women.
A good mother can give birth to a good citizen. Female education is essential for producing good citizens. Better educated women tend to be more knowledgeable about nutrition and healthcare, have fewer children, marry later in life, and have healthier children if they choose to become mothers. They are more likely to work in a formal labor market and earn higher wages.
In our country, female education is not a novel concept. Islam has promoted female education and training. Islam’s prophet made education obligatory for both men and women. “Give me an educated mother and I will give you an educated citizen,” Napoleon once said. A good mother is, by definition, an educated mother. As a result, it is unnecessary to emphasize the significance of female education.
No country can make real progress while keeping half of its people in the dark. Women cannot advance without education. As a result, all of our education should be directed toward women, so that they can come forward and collaborate with men in all development programs.
Mother’s women play an important role in molding the character of their children. There is a saying in English that the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world. So every woman is a potential mother.
A mother has an undeniable influence on the character and destiny of her children. Many great men’s lives show that their greatness was influenced by their mother. What they learn at home sticks with them. And it goes without saying that they learn the majority of what they know from their mother, as they live under her direct supervision and constant care. If a mother fails to properly raise her children, she is held accountable, not the child. As a result, it can be said that a mother plays an important role in shaping the character and determining the future of her children. From this point of view, an educated mother is an asset and it is more necessary to the educated womenfolk.
An educated husband can never freely exchange ideas with an uneducated wife. For them, life would be boring and unhappy. A lack of understanding may lead to frequent squabbles. Female education is thus essential from this perspective as well.
To promote universal female education, all necessary steps should be taken. Our government recently declared free and compulsory education for rural girls up to S. S. C., which is great news for us. A country cannot thrive if its women are kept in the dark. To make our country great, we need good wives and mothers.
Education for girls strengthens economies and reduces inequality. It contributes to more stable, resilient societies that allow all individuals, including boys and men, to reach their full potential. However, education for girls is about more than just getting to school. It’s also about girls feeling safe in the classroom and supported in the subjects and careers they choose, including those where they are frequently under-represented.