Gendered Voices: Reflections on Gender and Education in by Halla B. Holmarsdottir, Vuyokazi Nomlomo, Alawia I. Farag,

By Halla B. Holmarsdottir, Vuyokazi Nomlomo, Alawia I. Farag, Zubeida Desai (auth.), H. B. Holmarsdottir, V. Nomlomo, A. I. Farag, Z. Desai (eds.)

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The location of Quranic schools is also an important factor as it is always annexed to a mosque in the centre of the village or town; otherwise children travel there in groups. Quranic schools are usually established by a sheikh who is also the sole teacher of the Quran along with his assistants. Children sometimes live on the premises of the school and are supported by the sheikh, his followers and the community. This arrangement is not applied in the case of girls who live with their families and attend the Quranic school during the day.

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