SDG 04: Quality Education

Gender equality in education is improving - but progress still needs to be made

Girls are still vastly under-represented in pooerer countries education systems Image: Reuters

Manos Antoninis
Director, Global Education Monitoring report, UNESCO
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Hardly any poor rural girls will graduate from upper secondary school. Image: UNESCO
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