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Top performers in science by gender, USA, UK, Japan, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

Figure 1: Percentage achieving the proficiency level 5 or higher in sciences by gender, USA, UK, Japan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, 2012

Source: OECD StatExtract.

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Top performers in maths by gender, USA, UK, Japan, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

Figure 1: Percentage achieving the proficiency level 5 or higher in mathematics by gender, USA, UK, Japan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, 2012

Source: OECD StatExtract.

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Top performers in reading by gender, USA, UK, Japan, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

Figure 1: percentage achieving the proficiency level 5 or higher in reading by gender, USA, UK, Japan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, 2012

Source: OECD StatExtract.

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Humanities, arts, computing and engineering degrees awarded by gender, USA, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

Figure 1: Percentage of tertiary degrees awarded in humanities and arts qualifications by gender, 2012

Source: OECD Education Database.

Figure 2: percentage of tertiary degrees awarded in computing qualifications by gender, 2012… 22 more words

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Tertiary education attainment of young adults in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK and Canada, 2000 and 2011

Figure 1: tertiary educational attainment of adults aged 25 to 34 in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK and Canada, 2000 and 2011

Source: OECD Factbook.

Politics - USA

The academic bias that dare not speak its name

Academic libs in soc sci and humanities, cons in business and nursing, moderates in engineering and computer sci http://t.co/ixwbWb5M6X
Whyvert (@whyvert) May 23, 2015

Politics - USA

More on the college premium and economic mobility

"…most powerful instrument of economic mobility for low-income ppl is 4 yr college degree." nyti.ms/1ji4fTl http://t.co/94xbbJW4Ny
Equitable Growth (@equitablegrowth) May 15, 2014

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