OECD Releases 570-Page 'Glance' at Global State of Education

DATA FOR DAYS: Over 150 charts, 300 tables, 500 pages and 100,000 figures--the OECD doesn't mince data in its latest report on the state of education in 44 countries. One highlight from the press release: "Around 84% of today’s young people will complete upper secondary education over their lifetimes. In most countries, young women are now more likely to do so than men, a reversal of the historical pattern." These 55 slides also offer a quick synopsis; Slide 21 particularly offers a look at the gender difference based on degrees. In every country, for instance, at least 70% of tertiary degrees in education go to women. (It's apparently 100% for the tiny country of Luxembourg.)

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