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  • Bright and Early: How financing pre-primary education gives every child a fair start in life
    Bright and Early: How financing pre-primary education gives every child a fair start in life
    This paper shows that pre-primary education has not yet achieved the level of priority necessary in domestic policies and budgets, with nearly all low income countries dedicating less than 5% of their education budgets to pre-primary education. 
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  • Girls
    Girls' education and gender in education sector plans and GPE-funded programs
    This report takes stock of how girls' education and gender issues are included in education sector plans as well as implementation plans of GPE partner countries, and in the programs that are funded by GPE grants. The objective of the report is to establish a baseline for information available in current documents, in order to inform and improve the consideration of gender issues in future sector plans, and to promote the achievement of the GPE strategic objective 2 on gender equality and inclusion. 
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  • Still left behind: Pathways to inclusive education for girls with disabilities
    Still left behind: Pathways to inclusive education for girls with disabilities
    This report brings to light the persistent and significant gaps in research regarding education and disability, and in particular the need for more attention to the experience of girls with disabilities.
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  • The Man Box: A Study on Being a Young Man in the US, UK, and Mexico
    The Man Box: A Study on Being a Young Man in the US, UK, and Mexico
    Promundo, Axe, and research partners – set out at the end of 2016 to investigate young men’s lives in the United States (US), the United Kingdom (UK), and Mexico. The central analytical tool of the study is what we and many others call the “Man Box”: a set of beliefs, communicated by parents, families, the media, peers, and other members of society, that place pressure on men to be a certain way. This study seeks to give research rigor to the concept of the Man Box, measuring how young men encounter these messages socially and internalize them personally. 
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