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In Iran, Keep Your Eye on Jump in Female Literacy

Monday, March 31, 2014

The Islamization of society in Iran may have been designed to resurrect the image of the time-honored Muslim woman. But the single-sex schooling it brought about shows signs of enormous success and may have had an opposite and hugely empowering effect.

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