Gender: Education

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This board explores the way gender works as a basis for disparities across a number of educational dimensions, including disparities in enrollment, achievement, and the quality of education received.

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Gender: Education Attainment Gap

Livability indexes can obscure the experiences of non-white people. CityLab analyzed the outcomes just for black women, for a different kind of ranking.

Best & worst metros for black women's educational outcomes

Best & worst metros for black women's educational outcomes (Among cities with at least 100,000 black women) Source: Analysis by Junia Howell (David H. Montgomery / City Lab)

Mapping the stats on women. Education, marriage age, women in government, family law, and maternal mortality. [by Valerie Hudson]

Discrepancy in Education, 2010

The WomanStats Database is the largest crossnational compilation of data, statistics, and maps on the status of women worldwide. Organized by country, we have over 350 variables for 176 countries.

Who's Better Educated: Girls Or Boys? Difference in average number of years of schooling children have had for ages 15 to 19 in Source: Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital (WIC) / Christopher Groskopf / NPR Think Education, Sociology, Cinema, Boys, Girls, Wellness, Children, School
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Who's Better Educated: Girls Or Boys? Difference in average number of years of schooling children have had for ages 15 to 19 in 2015. Source: Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital (WIC) / Christopher Groskopf / NPR

Women increasingly outpacing men’s higher education participation in many world markets Sociology, Design Thinking, Higher Education, Content, Women, College Teaching, Women's, Woman
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  Education College, Sociology, Gap, Articles
Education College

The Educational Attainment of Young Muslim Women Is Closely Linked with Their Country's Level of Economic Output Average years of completed schooling for Muslim women ages 25 to 34 in Source: Pew Research Center World Economic Forum, Muslim Women, North Africa, Economics, Religion, Education, Country, Twitter
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The Educational Attainment of Young Muslim Women Is Closely Linked with Their Country's Level of Economic Output Average years of completed schooling for Muslim women ages 25 to 34 in 2010. Source: Pew Research Center

Millennial women (adults ages 18 to 32) are starting their careers better educated than their male counterparts.  "Yet there is no guarantee that today’s young women will sustain their near parity with men in earnings in the years to come. Recent cohorts of young women have fallen further behind their same-aged male counterparts as they have aged and dealt with the responsibilities of parenthood and family..."

On Pay Gap, Millennial Women Near Parity – For Now

Millennial women (adults ages 18 to 32) are starting their careers better educated than their male counterparts. "Yet there is no guarantee that today’s young women will sustain their near parity with men in earnings in the years to come. Recent cohorts of young women have fallen further behind their same-aged male counterparts as they have aged and dealt with the responsibilities of parenthood and family..."

Reengineering Gender in the New GoldieBlox Ad? Stem Fields, Women Slides, Teaching Materials, Sociology, Girl Power, Graduation, Students, College
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Reengineering Gender in the New GoldieBlox Ad?

Women Now Make Up the Majority of College and Graduate Students Yet despite these achievements in education, women are still underrepresented in high paying STEM fields. Click on this image for an analysis of the link between the gendered toy aisle and the careers women pursue as adults *Note: We're not sure what "Women's Slides" is referring to, but the data generally comport with other data we have seen on the topic.

How Motherhood Is Changing Dramatically—in 11 Graphs - The Atlantic Not Having Kids, Pew Research Center, What Is A Feminist, Letter To The Editor, Forced Labor, Business Education, Sociology, Data Visualization
Pew Research CenterLetter To The EditorForced Labor

Women's Economic Opportunity Index

Educational Attainment of Women in 1960 and 2011 [click on this image to find a short video and analysis of women's economic status from 113 countries across the globe, including information on education]

Women Graduate College at Higher Rates than Men… Unless They’re Gay ( “For every man that earns a college degree, nearly two women will. Women have been outperforming men in college since. Social Science Project, Lesbian, Gay, University Of Minnesota, Sociology, Bachelor's Degree, Graduation, Ch 5
University Of Minnesota

  College Degrees, Sociology, Gap, Articles, Education, Teaching, Onderwijs, Learning
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The State of Women of Color in the United States This infographic shows women's inequalities by race in the labor market, education, and political leadership. Source: Center for American Progress (slide 3 of What Is A Feminist, Hispanic Women, Women In Leadership, Native American Women, Sociology, Social Issues, Real Talk, Feminism
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The State of Women of Color in the United States - Percentage of bachelor's and master's degrees conferred, 2008 - 2009 This chart is taken from an infographic that shows women's inequalities by race in the labor market, education, and political leadership. Source: Center for American Progress

College attainment depends on nativity among Hispanics and Asians % of completing at least an associate degree Source: Pew Research Center

College attainment depends on nativity among Hispanics and Asians % of 25-to-34-year-olds completing at least an associate degree Source: Pew Research Center

Gender: Assessment Gap

The Problem With Girls In Math And Science

grade teacher reminds boy that writing is for girls (click thru for analysis;) example of sexism

did-you-kno:“Bus drivers are the most depressed workers. A study of depression in the job force found that public transportation jobs yield the highest depression rates because you’re constantly managing your emotions during interpersonal conflicts,. The More You Know, Good To Know, Did You Know, Transportation Jobs, Economic Research, Are You Serious, Wtf Fun Facts, Random Facts, Random Stuff
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The Gender Test-Score Gap - On the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), girls do better in reading while boys do better in math.

The Gender Test-Score Gap - On the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), girls do better in reading while boys do better in math. Source: NAEP 2008

Pupils achieving 5 A*-C GCSEs including English and Maths, England Source: Key Stage 4 Attainment by Pupil Characteristics, in England Human Evolution, Environmental Factors, Genetics, Maths, Theory, Literacy, Stage, Scene
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Pupils achieving 5 A*-C GCSEs including English and Maths, England 2008-09 Source: Key Stage 4 Attainment by Pupil Characteristics, in England 2008/09

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Source: Pew Research Center

Most see gender parity in opportunities for getting a good education, 2019

Source: Pew Research Center

Livability indexes can obscure the experiences of non-white people. CityLab analyzed the outcomes just for black women, for a different kind of ranking.

Best & worst metros for black women's educational outcomes

Best & worst metros for black women's educational outcomes (Among cities with at least 100,000 black women) Source: Analysis by Junia Howell (David H. Montgomery / City Lab)

The Problem With Girls In Math And Science

Mapping the stats on women. Education, marriage age, women in government, family law, and maternal mortality. [by Valerie Hudson]

Discrepancy in Education, 2010

The WomanStats Database is the largest crossnational compilation of data, statistics, and maps on the status of women worldwide. Organized by country, we have over 350 variables for 176 countries.

grade teacher reminds boy that writing is for girls (click thru for analysis;) example of sexism

did-you-kno:“Bus drivers are the most depressed workers. A study of depression in the job force found that public transportation jobs yield the highest depression rates because you’re constantly managing your emotions during interpersonal conflicts,. The More You Know, Good To Know, Did You Know, Transportation Jobs, Economic Research, Are You Serious, Wtf Fun Facts, Random Facts, Random Stuff
The More You KnowGood To KnowAre You SeriousRandom FactsRandom Stuff

Who's Better Educated: Girls Or Boys? Difference in average number of years of schooling children have had for ages 15 to 19 in Source: Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital (WIC) / Christopher Groskopf / NPR Think Education, Sociology, Cinema, Boys, Girls, Wellness, Children, School
CinemaBoysGirlsSchool

Who's Better Educated: Girls Or Boys? Difference in average number of years of schooling children have had for ages 15 to 19 in 2015. Source: Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital (WIC) / Christopher Groskopf / NPR

Women increasingly outpacing men’s higher education participation in many world markets Sociology, Design Thinking, Higher Education, Content, Women, College Teaching, Women's, Woman
Higher EducationContentCollege TeachingWoman

  Education College, Sociology, Gap, Articles
Education College

The Educational Attainment of Young Muslim Women Is Closely Linked with Their Country's Level of Economic Output Average years of completed schooling for Muslim women ages 25 to 34 in Source: Pew Research Center World Economic Forum, Muslim Women, North Africa, Economics, Religion, Education, Country, Twitter
World Economic ForumMuslim WomenCountryTwitter

The Educational Attainment of Young Muslim Women Is Closely Linked with Their Country's Level of Economic Output Average years of completed schooling for Muslim women ages 25 to 34 in 2010. Source: Pew Research Center

The Gender Test-Score Gap - On the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), girls do better in reading while boys do better in math.

The Gender Test-Score Gap - On the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), girls do better in reading while boys do better in math. Source: NAEP 2008

Pupils achieving 5 A*-C GCSEs including English and Maths, England Source: Key Stage 4 Attainment by Pupil Characteristics, in England Human Evolution, Environmental Factors, Genetics, Maths, Theory, Literacy, Stage, Scene
Human EvolutionMathsLiteracyScene

Pupils achieving 5 A*-C GCSEs including English and Maths, England 2008-09 Source: Key Stage 4 Attainment by Pupil Characteristics, in England 2008/09

Millennial women (adults ages 18 to 32) are starting their careers better educated than their male counterparts.  "Yet there is no guarantee that today’s young women will sustain their near parity with men in earnings in the years to come. Recent cohorts of young women have fallen further behind their same-aged male counterparts as they have aged and dealt with the responsibilities of parenthood and family..."

On Pay Gap, Millennial Women Near Parity – For Now

Millennial women (adults ages 18 to 32) are starting their careers better educated than their male counterparts. "Yet there is no guarantee that today’s young women will sustain their near parity with men in earnings in the years to come. Recent cohorts of young women have fallen further behind their same-aged male counterparts as they have aged and dealt with the responsibilities of parenthood and family..."

Reengineering Gender in the New GoldieBlox Ad? Stem Fields, Women Slides, Teaching Materials, Sociology, Girl Power, Graduation, Students, College
Teaching MaterialsGirl PowerStudentsCollege

Reengineering Gender in the New GoldieBlox Ad?

Women Now Make Up the Majority of College and Graduate Students Yet despite these achievements in education, women are still underrepresented in high paying STEM fields. Click on this image for an analysis of the link between the gendered toy aisle and the careers women pursue as adults *Note: We're not sure what "Women's Slides" is referring to, but the data generally comport with other data we have seen on the topic.

How Motherhood Is Changing Dramatically—in 11 Graphs - The Atlantic Not Having Kids, Pew Research Center, What Is A Feminist, Letter To The Editor, Forced Labor, Business Education, Sociology, Data Visualization
Pew Research CenterLetter To The EditorForced Labor

Women's Economic Opportunity Index

Educational Attainment of Women in 1960 and 2011 [click on this image to find a short video and analysis of women's economic status from 113 countries across the globe, including information on education]

Women Graduate College at Higher Rates than Men… Unless They’re Gay ( “For every man that earns a college degree, nearly two women will. Women have been outperforming men in college since. Social Science Project, Lesbian, Gay, University Of Minnesota, Sociology, Bachelor's Degree, Graduation, Ch 5
University Of Minnesota