I Am Malala

How is Malala's perspective of education different than ours (America)? What might Malala think about our (America) understanding of education?

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Malala adored education. She had always been captivated by it. Her father encouraged this in his daughter. When the Taliban closed her school, Malala was broken hearted and studied at home. It is difficult to generalize, but I suspect that some children in North America might not appreciate education as much as Malala does. For Malala, education was an honor and not a right. Few children, especially girls, actually got to attend school in Pakistan. Some children in North America feel that education is forced upon them.