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OECD work on education and skills provides policymakers with the information they need to improve the quality of education worldwide.
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Before Int womens day , on Gender Equality and Well-being in OECD and non-OECD Economies
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To also encourage low-performing boys, encourage boys to do their homework, to read for fun & play video games in moderation
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Join and today to discuss equality & well-being
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New report on equality, by | Global Partnership for Education
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equality in education: Use our to compare & contrast
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The new divide in education, by | Huffington Post
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Get the presentation on the report on Equality in by here
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Half a million 15 year-old in 65 countries participated in the tests in 2012
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Everybody can make a difference in narrowing gaps in : parents, teachers, schools & employers
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Boys are more likely than girls to get “hands-on” experience in the working world, says
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15 year-old girls are less likely than boys to know how to prepare themselves for jobs, says
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Teachers consistently give girls better marks in math than boys, even when boys and girls perform similarly on the PISA math test
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Men are more likely than women to read and write at work, says
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Life doesn’t reward you for your grades, but for what you can do with what you’ve learned, says
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Reading anything for enjoyment is better for student performance than nothing
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Boys tend to read more comics & newspapers during their free time than girls, who read fiction and magazines, says
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Boys spend far more time than girls playing games after school, says , presenting new report
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15 year-old girls and boys spend ~160 minutes on the Internet during the weekend, shows data
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