1. How do you understand the impact of colonization on education and the socialization of people in formerly colonized countries? Do you feel that a colonial education system could easily be replaced in schools in formerly colonized countries? If so, why and how? If not, why not and what do you think might help?
2. From what you have learned about gender, sexualities and development throughout this course, what do you think are the key issues facing education in this regard? What still needs to be done (i) to ensure gender equality and (ii) to protect marginalized groups?
3. Discuss, using examples, how being situated in a conflict/emergency setting and engaged in child labour impedes educational opportunities and outcomes for children.