Proceedings : SEA-PLM 2019: Discussing New Evidence on Learning Policy Roundtable: Girls’ and Boys’ Learning (Virtual) / Thursday, 23 September 2021 / From 09:30 to 11:30 hrs (Bangkok time, GMT+7)
The Secretariat of Southeast Asia Primary Learning Metrics (SEA-PLM) programme, co-chaired by Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) and UNICEF Regional Office for East Asia and Pacific (UNICEF EAPRO) in cooperation with the United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI) organised a policy roundtable discussion on girls’ and boys’ learning in Southeast Asia across basic education.
As part of the discussion, the SEA-PLM Secretariat launched the first SEA-PLM 2019 regional secondary analysis report - SEA-PLM 2019 latest evidence in basic education: Boys’ and Girls’ Learning in 6 Southeast Asian Countries. The report delves deeper into the SEA-PLM data to look at important patterns and inequities between girls’ and boys’ learning. Quantitative methods were used to examine learning and context disparities between boys and girls, and their differential effects in the participating countries. It examines the differences between gender in various factors, namely Low-performing and high-performing students, socioeconomic background and school location and school experiences, attitudes towards school, and household responsibilities.
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