Year:2023   Volume: 5   Issue: 3   Area:

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Hadia Mustafa Muhammad ALI

THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE FOR WOMEN (WOMEN'S PRESENCE AND CIVILIZATION) THE ROLE OF EDUCATED WOMEN IN RAISING CHILDREN

This study aimed to know the role of educated women in raising children in Kassala State. In order to achieve the objectives of the study, the General Director of Care, Discussion، Study، Direction, Studies، Discussion، Direction and Vision from the references, and then arrange them in the classification in terms of length and length in your arrangement in Arabic. Among the most important findings of the study: There is a relationship between women's education and their ability to practice correct educational methods. There are some obstacles that prevent women from continuing education, such as distance from schools, early marriage, customs and traditions، or economic aspects. Educated women have greater knowledge in terms of psychological, health and cognitive aspects. Education benefits women in obtaining a material income that helps them in their requirements. Family stability allows a woman the ability to raise her son properly. The study also came out with a number of recommendations: Conducting research on the obstacles to women's education. Paying attention to the education of women so that they can know the correct methods of raising their children and know their rights and defend them. Providing modern educational opportunities and methods that are compatible with women’s conditions، such as the open education system، as it is a system that provides women with be tter learning opportunities that suit their family circumstances. Parents must create the appropriate climate for their children and ensure that love، attention and tenderness prevail in the family. Holding lectures and workshops to raise awareness of the importance of girls' education. Paying attention to the media and including it in programs to raise awareness of the importance of education.

Keywords: The Role of Educated Women، Education، Kassala State.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.23.6


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