UNESCO Statistics


Institute for Statistics is the official source for internationally-comparable data on education, R&D, culture, communication & SDGs

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  1. Pinned Tweet
    Jun 3

    As policymakers and advocates from around the world gather for , has released a new edition of the eAtlas of Gender Inequality in Education to highlight the latest data

  2. 5 hours ago

    let us know if girls are taught in safe schools, if girls are out of school and where, and which girls face the greatest barriers. for girls’ empowerment

  3. 7 hours ago

    See where adult rates have risen the most in interactive maps:

  4. 9 hours ago

    Too many countries neglect basic education while over-spending on a wealthy few in higher education. The handbook helps bring more equity to education finance:

  5. Retweeted
    Jun 7

    Canada is proud to announce a new financial contribution to ’s International Fund for Cultural Diversity, which helps support the implementation of the by encouraging the emergence of a vibrant cultural sector in developing countries.

  6. Jun 7

    enable governments to strengthen the education sector and ensure that every child is going to school and learning

  7. Jun 7

    Consult @UNESOstat eAtlas for the complete picture on gender inequality in literacy rates

  8. Jun 7

    Gender inequality in education starts young and accumulates over time. See how equity indicators can help ensure all girls get the education they deserve

  9. Retweeted
    Jun 6

    Pressure is growing on countries to assess learning yet they need objective info to compare their options. and Luis Crouch share their thoughts on how to fix the in a new blog:

  10. Jun 6

    Just 2% of the poorest girls in low-income countries currently complete upper secondary school. are essential to make changes

  11. Jun 6

    Challenges remain in closing the in education. In Eritrea, Djibouti, the Central African Republic and Niger, girls receive less than 6 years of schooling

  12. Jun 6

    Education plays a crucial role in empowering girls and women. But how far do countries still need to go to ensure that every girl has access to education and every woman is literate and equipped with digital skills?

  13. Jun 6

    Target 4.6 calls for all youth to achieve literacy & numeracy, but there are still 1️⃣0️⃣2️⃣ million youth who cannot read or write a simple sentence

  14. Jun 6

    We believe in the power of data! paves the road to gender equality

  15. Jun 6

    Due to stereotypes and social norms, there are fewer women in senior positions in science & engineering and their work generally receives less funding. Read more about the results of the and Gender Advancement () project:

  16. Jun 5

    La dernière édition de l’eAtlas présente un large éventail de données de sur l’achèvement scolaire, l’exclusion, l’alphabétisme et les domaines d’étude, ventilées par sexe.

  17. Jun 5

    Do you have experience working with indicators? Seeking a statistician to work on the next UNESCO Science Report

  18. Jun 5

    Combien de filles sont exclues de l'éducation? L'atlas électronique de est maintenant mis à jour avec les données les plus récentes!

  19. Jun 5

    📊 Why matters: ❌ Girls are less likely than boys to make the transition to secondary school in the poorest regions of the world.

  20. Jun 5

    . data show great progress in girls’ education over the last 50 years. But gender gaps remain and on average girls go to school for fewer years than boys

  21. Jun 5
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