EDUCATION
Over 20,000 U-reporters say school dropout is due to lack of fees, early marriage, pregnancy & domestic violence; what can be done to reduce number of dropouts?
1 question polled on this topic
6% response rate
11,385 responded out of 195,820 polled
May 23. 2013
Over 20,000 U-reporters say school dropout is due to lack of fees, early marriage, pregnancy & domestic violence; what can be done to reduce number of dropouts?

POLL RESULTS

MAY 23. 2013
Over 20,000 U-reporters say school dropout is due to lack of fees, early marriage, pregnancy & domestic violence; what can be done to reduce number of dropouts?
11,385 responded out of 195,820 polled
Female
14%
Inclusion of Sex Education
 
Inclusion of Sex Education
0%
Student Loans Scheme
 
Student Loans Scheme
15%
Sensitization
 
Sensitization
2%
Scholarships
 
Scholarships
0%
Others
 
Others
10%
Ratify Parental Role in Education
 
Ratify Parental Role in Education
6%
Economic Empowerment
 
Economic Empowerment
5%
Promote Girl Child Education
 
Promote Girl Child Education
4%
Free Education
 
Free Education
43%
Government Policy on Education
 
Government Policy on Education

Male
10%
Inclusion of Sex Education
 
Inclusion of Sex Education
1%
Student Loans Scheme
 
Student Loans Scheme
12%
Sensitization
 
Sensitization
2%
Scholarships
 
Scholarships
0%
Others
 
Others
8%
Ratify Parental Role in Education
 
Ratify Parental Role in Education
7%
Economic Empowerment
 
Economic Empowerment
4%
Promote Girl Child Education
 
Promote Girl Child Education
5%
Free Education
 
Free Education
51%
Government Policy on Education
 
Government Policy on Education
0-14
13%
ratify parental role in education
 
ratify parental role in education
1%
scholarships
 
scholarships
50%
government policy on education
 
government policy on education
13%
inclusion of sex education
 
inclusion of sex education
8%
sensitization
 
sensitization
1%
student loans scheme
 
student loans scheme
8%
promote girl child education
 
promote girl child education
0%
others
 
others
3%
free education
 
free education
4%
economic empowerment
 
economic empowerment

15-19
8%
ratify parental role in education
 
ratify parental role in education
2%
scholarships
 
scholarships
53%
government policy on education
 
government policy on education
13%
inclusion of sex education
 
inclusion of sex education
10%
sensitization
 
sensitization
1%
student loans scheme
 
student loans scheme
5%
promote girl child education
 
promote girl child education
0%
others
 
others
5%
free education
 
free education
4%
economic empowerment
 
economic empowerment

20-24
8%
ratify parental role in education
 
ratify parental role in education
2%
scholarships
 
scholarships
50%
government policy on education
 
government policy on education
12%
inclusion of sex education
 
inclusion of sex education
11%
sensitization
 
sensitization
1%
student loans scheme
 
student loans scheme
4%
promote girl child education
 
promote girl child education
0%
others
 
others
6%
free education
 
free education
6%
economic empowerment
 
economic empowerment

25-30
9%
ratify parental role in education
 
ratify parental role in education
2%
scholarships
 
scholarships
51%
government policy on education
 
government policy on education
10%
inclusion of sex education
 
inclusion of sex education
13%
sensitization
 
sensitization
1%
student loans scheme
 
student loans scheme
4%
promote girl child education
 
promote girl child education
0%
others
 
others
4%
free education
 
free education
7%
economic empowerment
 
economic empowerment

31-34
11%
ratify parental role in education
 
ratify parental role in education
2%
scholarships
 
scholarships
41%
government policy on education
 
government policy on education
11%
inclusion of sex education
 
inclusion of sex education
16%
sensitization
 
sensitization
2%
student loans scheme
 
student loans scheme
3%
promote girl child education
 
promote girl child education
0%
others
 
others
4%
free education
 
free education
11%
economic empowerment
 
economic empowerment

35+
13%
ratify parental role in education
 
ratify parental role in education
1%
scholarships
 
scholarships
46%
government policy on education
 
government policy on education
10%
inclusion of sex education
 
inclusion of sex education
15%
sensitization
 
sensitization
0%
student loans scheme
 
student loans scheme
3%
promote girl child education
 
promote girl child education
0%
others
 
others
2%
free education
 
free education
11%
economic empowerment
 
economic empowerment
12%
Inclusion of Sex Education
 
Inclusion of Sex Education
1%
Student Loans Scheme
 
Student Loans Scheme
11%
Sensitization
 
Sensitization
2%
Scholarships
 
Scholarships
0%
Others
 
Others
9%
Ratify Parental Role in Education
 
Ratify Parental Role in Education
7%
Economic Empowerment
 
Economic Empowerment
4%
Promote Girl Child Education
 
Promote Girl Child Education
5%
Free Education
 
Free Education
50%
Government Policy on Education
 
Government Policy on Education

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