The authors of this book demonstrate that education for girls during adolescence can be transformative, and they identify a broad array of promising educational approaches which should be evaluated for their impact. New Lessons provides data and analysis from research on more than 300 programs and projects for adolescent girls. It offers evidence on how proven practices, including scholarships for girls and the recruitment and training of female teachers, can increase the number of adolescent girls attending school and highlights the pedagogical approaches that enhance learning and employment.
Lloyd, Cynthia B. and Juliet Young. 2009. "New Lessons: The Power of Educating Adolescent Girls—A Girls Count Report on Adolescent Girls." New York: Population Council.