Get the Latest Data on Girls’ and Women’s Education: UIS Releases New Edition of UNESCO eAtlas on Gender Inequality in Education

As policymakers and advocates from around the world gather for the Women Deliver Conference (Vancouver, Canada, 3-6 June), the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) has released a new edition of the UNESCO eAtlas of Gender Inequality in Education to highlight the latest data.

Join the UIS at CIES 2019: Education Data for Sustainability

As the custodian agency for SDG 4, the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) works with countries and a wide range of partners to develop the indicators and methodologies needed to monitor progress towards the global education goal. The UIS will present the latest developments at the annual conference of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) in San Francisco from 14-18 April.

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Data to Celebrate 50 Years of Progress on Girls’ Education

On International Women’s Day, we can look back at 50 years of extraordinary efforts to get girls into the classroom. Thanks to these efforts, the gender gap in education is closing and has been closing for decades. And today, the majority of girls worldwide complete primary school. Girls are also in school for longer than ever before.