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Volume :40 Issue : 153 2014      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Contribution of Public Education Curricula in the Realization of Yemeni Female Students to Their Human Rights.

Auther : Dr. Salem M. Al-Obathani

This study aimed to identify the contribution of general education curricula in Yemen to the realization of femal students to their human rights based on their prespective and level of education stability of the results were verifieal by the extracted Cronbach alpha coefficient, which was (0866).  The results indicate the following:
     - The contribution level of the general education curriculum for students to realize their human rights is low, not exceeding the proportion (56%).
     - No statistically significant differences between the averages of estimates of female students according to academic level variable at the level of the tool, except in the area of public rights. Among the three, public rights appeared statistically significant at the level of (  = 0,05).  The estimates of for the scientific section and literary section for high school students in favor of literary section.  The study recommended the review of general education curricula in the light of the Yemeni government's commitment to International covenants, Arab and Islamic Human Rights Commission, and the development of a new courses aiming at civic education, rathar the national education curriculum that focuse on the duties of citizenship without rights.

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