When not speaking at the United Nations or advocating for women’s education rights, Malala Yousafzai is a student in the U.K. at a traditional girls school. That means classes, tests, homework and helping keep track of the Malala Fund, now chaired by Shiza Shahid.
The Huffington Post UK recently tracked her down to find out what an average day looks like for the now 16-year old teenager who now, along with her family, lives in the United Kingdom.
She also speaks about the challenges of girl’s education in Pakistan versus the West. What do you think, “Do boys take education for granted in much of the world?”