Reducing gender gaps in mathematics education
Girls and young women underperform in mathematics relative to their male peers - a loss of talent that may hinder productivity growth. Almudena Sevilla and Pilar Cuevas-Ruiz explain how new developments in gender economics are changing our understanding of the maths gender gap and reshaping policy as a result.
21 June 2022 Paper Number CEPCP632
This CentrePiece article is published under the centre's Education and skills programme.
This publication comes under the following theme: Determinants of school performance: Resources, pedagogy, workforce and peers, School performance: Institutional environment, Inequality and social mobility