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March 8th, 2012
UN Atlas Shows Secondary Education Access Still Challenge

Access to secondary education is still a challenge for girls, especially in parts of Africa and Asia, according to a United Nations atlas published today that highlights the differences in education between girls and boys in terms of access, participation and progression. The atlas, which was produced by the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), includes more than 120 maps, charts and tables illustrating the extent to which gender disparities in education have changed since 1970 and how they are shaped by factors such as national wealth, geographic location, investment in education and fields of study. Read More