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Improving the measurement of household wealth to better understand global inequalities in education

Date of news: 27 January 2015

Over the past few decades, household surveys have become an important source of information on educational outcomes in low and middle income countries. These surveys enable many factors associated with unequal educational outcomes within countries to be studied. The World Inequality Database on Education (WIDE), established by the EFA Global Monitoring Report teaCredit: Karel Prinsloo/ARETE/UNESCOm, shows what is possible with survey data, revealing within-country disparities in educational outcomes between key social groups according to gender, ethnicity, religion, location, region and household wealth.

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