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This paper explores the themes of digital equity and inclusion, and maps some of the policies and practices adopted in OECD countries for the equitable and inclusive use of digital tools in education.
The brief contains emerging evidence from programmes and research from 10 cases from 11 countries that address gender stereotypes through schools. All aim to shift knowledge and attitudes about gender stereotypes among students, teachers and parents through curricula.
Using data from the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) this paper examine the nature of the gender gap in STEM fields.
This report seeks to guide governments in shaping equitable digital education initiatives.
This paper highlights the benefits that fintech adoption can bring to the improvement of female employment and to the reduction of gender equality.
This paper illustrates the main factors to consider when designing EdTech interventions to support girls’ education.
This paper looks at whether national commitments on equality in education apply an intersectional gender lens.