This chapter focuses on what kind of policy approach is most likely to improve significantly the outcomes of all girls. Educational policy has been increasingly influenced by the efforts of feminist teachers, policy-makers and parents. A focus on outcomes is important because it helps to draw attention to the vision of society that is implicit in particular policies or programme strategies. In educational terms, the attempt to specify desirable common outcomes is vital because it offers a framework for analysing the characteristics of personal and social life considered to be essential for all people to participate fully in their society. The idea of affirming cultural differences supports the view that all girls and women are not the same. Cultural outcomes represent a much more difficult area when it comes to trying to develop appropriate criteria for assessing what has been achieved.