Sadly, we have yet another example of the critical state of girls' education globally. On the night of April 14, 276 girls were kidnapped at gunpoint from the dormitory of Chibok Government Secondary School, a boarding school for girls in rural Nigeria, by Boko Haram terrorists, who believe Western-style education is a sin. All 276 are still missing. As reported by the New York Times, "These girls, ages 15 to 18, Christians and Muslims alike, knew the risks of seeking an education." Another dozen courageous Nigerian schoolgirls were taken this week. All are facing an uncertain future and the possibility that they will be sold to militants as "wives" for $12 apiece.