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This is because in the 1950s, primary, secondary, and tertiary education, including university education, was made free and converted from English medium to the local languages.
This led to a rapid expansion of educational opportunities amongst females.
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While Sri Lankan women enjoy a relatively higher status compared to the rest of South Asia, gender ideologies that adversely impact women are still very much predominant in Sri Lanka.
Women continue to be seen as “dependent wives” or “supplementary earners”.
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Despite this, dropout rates were higher among girls especially in low-income urban neighborhoods, settlements, and backward villages and amongst rural Muslim communities.