The academic session begins in the school of US’ state Texas named on Malala Yousafzai. According to media reports, USA consulate in Lahore tweeted and also shared pictures of school on twitter.
American Consulate said that elementary school in Ford Bed County is named after Malala Yousafzai and the education process has also been started. This school will promote Malala’s mission of education and tolerance, consulate added.
An elementary school in Fort Bend County, #Texas, is named after the youngest Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai. The school opened its doors last week and plans to nurture Yousafzai's mission of education and acceptance.#education #strength #power #USPak
📷 @MYE_Leopards pic.twitter.com/qM3mxcUxxK
— US Consulate Lahore (@USCGLahore) January 15, 2020
A committee, including teachers, parents, students, and the staff was formed to select a name for the school.
Malala’s name was selected out of 100 names suggested for school. Malala’s names received most votes.
In an interview with the magazine, Malala talked about various issues such as her resolve to continue education despite debilitating attack
The said education institution has been named as ‘ Malala Yousafzai Elementary.’
Covers of Teen Vogue
Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani social rights activist, recently graced the cover of the magazine Teen Vogue, 2019. The last magazine of the decade pays tribute to the young reformist and social rights activists across the globe.
The statement in the magazine read that the current edition of the magazine highlights, “brilliant, world-changing demands of teens across the world.”
In an interview with the magazine, Malala talked about various issues such as her resolve to continue education despite debilitating attack, her struggle to cope up with post-depression and her pledge to continue her campaign for girl’s education after recovery.
Malala asserted that education is the best investment that you can make. Adding that “I realized that if I cannot go to school, my life could be early child marriage, becoming a mother, becoming a grandmother, and not having the opportunity to be myself, to explore the opportunities that are available out there that a boy would have access to. But I would not.”