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Question: Gender equality in education, Is it advancing? CPNN article: Launch of World Atlas of Gender Equality in Education
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Posted: Mar. 29 2012,19:33

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Janet Hudgins
Posted: Sep. 01 2013,16:26

Re: Gender equality in education: is it advancing

Considering that the first women to somehow get into universities was in the 19th C, we are making tortoise-like progress. Although there are more women than men in most schools now they tend toward the Arts where they are scorned by men in science. That's the kind of thing that was passed around 60 - 70 years ago but it's still here today. But, there is a trend that will make a difference quite soon: the majority of regional politicians are women who are Arts grads and they are going to shift the weight of policy to domestic from global. That will mean less war, more peace, more freedom and better education for women.
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