GENDER INEQUALITY AND HIGHER EDUCATION

@inproceedings{Jacobs1996GENDERIA,
  title={GENDER INEQUALITY AND HIGHER EDUCATION},
  author={Jerry A. Jacobs},
  year={1996}
}
This paper reviews a diverse literature on gender and higher education. Gender inequality is more pronounced in some aspects of the educational systems than in others. The analysis distinguishes 1) access to higher education; 2) college experiences; and 3) postcollegiate outcomes. Women fare relatively well in the area of access, less well in terms of the college experience, and are particularly disadvantaged with respect to the outcomes of schooling. Explanations of gender inequality in higher… CONTINUE READING

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