Gender and Education (and Employment). Gendered Imperatives and their Implications for Women and Men. Lessons from Research for Policy Makers

Kathleen Lynch, Maggie Feeley
NESSE Report, 2009

This independent expert report is a review of international research evidence on the relationship between gender and education. It focuses especially on the Lisbon objectives and EU benchmarks. It provides a critical, empirically and theoretically informed analysis of how gendered identities relate to educational processes and outcomes. It summarizes existing research and outlines the policy lessons and measures that are shown to contribute to greater equality between women and men, boys and girls in education.

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