Inclusion/exclusion in education

Inclusion/exclusion in education

Is inclusion/exclusion in education linked to wider social inclusion/exclusion? Support your answer by drawing on relevant data and theories in relation to a clearly identified group.

Critically examine inclusion/exclusion, specifically focusing on gender inequalities in, education and employment aspects of (women)in the UK.
Introduction
Define inclusion and exclusion
Briefly discuss the global picture of
inequalities among women worldwide by providing statistics of women literacy rates, employment, rates and other unequal opportunities you can come across. Give main reasons why you have chosen women for example difference in pay between women and men, child care costs, unequal opportunities in getting employment. Also indicate that your focus will be on Britain.
Main body
Critically analyse how women are included then excluded for example
Although more women are completing degrees in STEM (science, technology, engineering, or mathematics) – particularly in biology and agriculture – they still account for a very small share of students in computing and engineering – subjects in great demand on the labour market in OECD countries and other region Women who pursue scientific studies are less likely than men to end up working in physics, mathematics and engineering but much more likely to teach (EASSE 2013).
The growing gap between the attainments of boys and girls Girls perform better in school,however, despite success of girls, persistent gender inequality remains and it does not guarantee equality in the workplace (OECD 2012)
Please remember that the discussion has to be 50 50 (equal) meaning 50% inclusion and 50% exclusion. Avoid relying on one side.
Conclusion
Draw on the main points already discussed and indicate if women are included or excluded.
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