Developing Capacity to Achieve Gender Equality in Education
Failure to achieve gender equality in education is often blamed on ‘weak capacity’. This paper illustrates the ways in which individual, organisational, and institutional capacity all play important roles in producing positive results for girls. It is essential to recognise that these different forms of capacity are related, in order to prevent the disappearance of policies and strategies produced with the aim of achieving gender equality in education.
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