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World atlas of gender equality in education / Fiske, Edward B.

By: Fiske, Edward B.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Paris : UNESCO, 2012Description: 1 atlas (118 p.) : col. ill., col. maps ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789231042324 (pbk.).Subject(s): Women -- Education -- Maps | Discrimination in education -- Maps | Educational equalization -- MapsDDC classification: 371.822 FIS
Contents:
Increased worldwide demand for quality schooling -- Girls' right to education -- Enrolment and gender trends: primary education -- Enrolment and gender trends: secondary education -- Enrolment and gender trends: tertiary education -- Trends in school-life expectancy -- Gender trends: adult and youth literacy -- How policies affect gender equality in education.
Summary: With over 120 maps, charts and tables, the UNESCO world atlas of gender equality in education enables readers to visualize the educational pathways of girls and boys in terms of access, participation and progression from pre-primary to tertiary education.
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"Maps © Collins Bartholomew Ltd 2012"--T.p. verso.
"The author is Edward B. Fiske."--P. 2.

Increased worldwide demand for quality schooling --
Girls' right to education --
Enrolment and gender trends: primary education --
Enrolment and gender trends: secondary education --
Enrolment and gender trends: tertiary education --
Trends in school-life expectancy --
Gender trends: adult and youth literacy --
How policies affect gender equality in education.

With over 120 maps, charts and tables, the UNESCO world atlas of gender equality in education enables readers to visualize the educational pathways of girls and boys in terms of access, participation and progression from pre-primary to tertiary education.

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