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Many girls are forced to remain at home, the group notes, because of "discriminatory attitudes that do not value or permit their education.” In addition, with one-third of girls marrying before age 18, many are required to leave school.Still, many Afghan families are doing all they can to educate their daughters, the report notes.Boys and girls are almost always taught separately.
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More girls are attending school in Afghanistan today than under the Taliban.
But the Western-supported Afghan government is far from reaching its target of educating all of the girls.
They also face targeted attacks and threats against girls’ education.
Human Rights Watch praised efforts by the Afghan government and international donors to develop community-based education, or CBE.Fighting between Taliban and government forces has pushed thousands of families from their homes.