Girls’ performance in mathematics now equal to boys (UNESCO report)
In mathematics the gender gap favouring boys in early grades gradually disappears according to a new publication by UNESCOs Global Education Monitoring Report The report calls for us to think harder about gender inequality and the barriers that still hold girls back from realising their potential
Building Content-Rich Experiences Into Virtual Events in 2022 | wtv.
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New UNESCO study stresses vital role of mathematicians in tackling contemporary challenges
Despite the omnipresence of mathematics in our daily lives in our phones credit cards cars etc there may not be enough mathematicians to solve the complex challenges we face from climate change to pandemics a new UNESCO study finds
Advancing Science and Mathematics for Primary Education in Timor-Leste – Master Trainers’ Training Online linking Japan and Timor-Leste
Second Steering Committee Meeting for the UNESCO project “Strengthening Science and Mathematics Primary Education in Timor-Leste”