Mind the Gap - Gender and Education

'Mind the Gap – Gender and Education' is a new online game illustrating the progress and pitfalls of girls' and women's education around the world. It is being released to celebrate International Women's Day (8 March).

Developed by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics, this game is a quick and engaging way to explore gender disparities in all levels of education based on the latest data for about 200 countries and territories. Available in English, French and Spanish, the game is specifically designed for teachers and students (starting at the age of 10 and up). Kids put themselves in the game by creating a persona and then explore the data for girls and boys in their country and around the world. Are girls or boys more likely to enroll or drop out of secondary school? Do young women have the same chances of enrolling in university as men? To get a global perspective, kids playing the game use a 'time machine' to travel across generations and continents.

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What if learning was about knowledge and also about doing, being, interacting with others and changing the world?

What if formal learning was enjoyable, hands-on and relevant to life outside school while addressing the problems of our world?

What if education systems prepared learners to become responsible citizens, recognize and solve local problems...

Then we would be educating for a more sustainable future

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