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245 00 Gender, equality and education from international and 
       comparative perspectives|h[electronic resource] /|cedited 
       by David P. Parker, Alexander W. Wiseman 
260    [Bingley, UK] :|bEmerald Group Pub.,|c2009 
300    1 online resource (xv, 439 p.) :|bill 
490 1  International perspectives on education and society,|x1479
       -3679 ;|vv. 10 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes 
520    This volume of "International Perspectives on Education 
       and Society"investigates the often controversial 
       relationship between gender, equality and education from 
       international and comparative perspectives. Much has been 
       written recently about the global progress made toward 
       gender parity in enrolment and curriculum in nations 
       around the world. And there is much to tout in these 
       areas. Although gender parity is not yet the global norm, 
       the expectation of gender equality increasingly is. Some 
       have gone so far as to say that the global expansion of 
       modern mass schooling has created a worldculture of gender
       equality in education. Yet, while there have been many 
       positive advances regarding girls' and women's education 
       around the world, there are still significant differences 
       that are institutionalized in the policies and 
       administrative structures of national education systems. 
       For example, some of the strongest evidence of gendered 
       inequality in schooling is the fact that in manydeveloping
       countries there are large proportions of school-age 
       children who are not in school - many ifnot most of whom 
       are girls. The question this volume investigates is 
       whether gender equality in education isreally being 
       achieved in schools around the world or not 
588    Description based on print version record 
590    Emerald 
650  0 Educational equalization 
650  0 Sex discrimination in education 
650  0 Comparative education 
650  0 Education|xInternational cooperation 
650  0 Education and globalization 
650  7 Education.|2bicssc 
650  7 Social groups.|2bicssc 
650  7 Education|xGeneral.|2bisacsh 
700 1  Baker, David,|d1952 Jan. 5- 
700 1  Wiseman, Alexander W.,|d1968- 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tGender, equality, and education from 
       international and comparative perspectives.|b1st ed.
       |dBingley, UK : Emerald/JAI, 2009|z9781848550940
       |w(OCoLC)308185242 
830  0 International perspectives on education and society ;|vv. 
       10 
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