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These children enter the education system at a disadvantage and can drop further behind if educational policies and practices reinforce, rather than reduce, the gap between them and their peers. These types of inequality are unjust. Not all children have an equal opportunity to reach their full potential, to pursue their interests and to develop their talents and skills.

This has social and economic costs. The key feature of the report is the league table, which summarizes the extent of educational inequalities at preschool, primary school and secondary school levels. The indicator of inequality at the preschool level is the percentage of students enrolled in organized learning one year before the official age of primary school entry. The indicator for both primary school Grade 4, around age 10 and secondary school age 15 is the gap in reading scores between the lowest- and highest-performing students. Moreover, bullying amongst school-aged children highlights existing inefficiencies in the social system, and the potential for incurring future social costs in the communities and schools in which children live their lives.

Yet, despite the identification and monitoring of bullying having global appeal, so far, a validated global measure has not been produced.

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To fill this gap in knowledge, this paper develops a global indicator on bullying amongst children using existing school-based surveys from around the world. The findings of this paper show that bullying is a complex phenomenon that takes multiple forms, and is experienced to widely varying degrees across the world. Given the key role families and family policies play in determining social progress, and in view of the national and international focus on meeting the SDGs by , the timing of this publication is opportune.

The report summarizes evidence across the six SDGs that cover poverty, health, education, gender equality, youth unemployment, and ending violence.

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It highlights important issues that policy makers may wish to consider when making future policies work for families, and family policies work for the future. Given the broad scope of the SDG ambitions, a key contribution of this work is to map how the successes of family-focused policies and programmes in one SDG have been successful in contributing to positive outcomes in other SDG goal areas. Mental health is increasingly gaining the spotlight in the media and public discourse of industrialized countries.

The problem is not new, but thanks to more open discussions and fading stigma, it is emerging as one of the most critical concerns of public health today. Psychological problems among children and adolescents can be wide-ranging and may include attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD , disruptive conduct, anxiety, eating and mood disorders and other mental illnesses.


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Collecting internationally comparable data to measure mental health problems among children and adolescents will provide important evidence and stimulate governments to improve psychological support and services to vulnerable children. Evidence from national studies in developed and developing countries suggests that girls spend more time on housework. The indicator of inequality at the preschool level is the percentage of students enrolled in organized learning one year before the official age of primary school entry.

The indicator for both primary school Grade 4, around age 10 and secondary school age 15 is the gap in reading scores between the lowest- and highest-performing students. Moreover, bullying amongst school-aged children highlights existing inefficiencies in the social system, and the potential for incurring future social costs in the communities and schools in which children live their lives. Yet, despite the identification and monitoring of bullying having global appeal, so far, a validated global measure has not been produced.

To fill this gap in knowledge, this paper develops a global indicator on bullying amongst children using existing school-based surveys from around the world. The findings of this paper show that bullying is a complex phenomenon that takes multiple forms, and is experienced to widely varying degrees across the world.

Given the key role families and family policies play in determining social progress, and in view of the national and international focus on meeting the SDGs by , the timing of this publication is opportune.

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The report summarizes evidence across the six SDGs that cover poverty, health, education, gender equality, youth unemployment, and ending violence. It highlights important issues that policy makers may wish to consider when making future policies work for families, and family policies work for the future. Given the broad scope of the SDG ambitions, a key contribution of this work is to map how the successes of family-focused policies and programmes in one SDG have been successful in contributing to positive outcomes in other SDG goal areas.

Mental health is increasingly gaining the spotlight in the media and public discourse of industrialized countries.

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The problem is not new, but thanks to more open discussions and fading stigma, it is emerging as one of the most critical concerns of public health today. Psychological problems among children and adolescents can be wide-ranging and may include attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD , disruptive conduct, anxiety, eating and mood disorders and other mental illnesses.

Collecting internationally comparable data to measure mental health problems among children and adolescents will provide important evidence and stimulate governments to improve psychological support and services to vulnerable children. Evidence from national studies in developed and developing countries suggests that girls spend more time on housework. The most common explanation relates to behaviour modelling as a mechanism of gender role reproduction: children form habits based on parental models. The persistence of this gap points to gender stereotyping — a form of gender role reproduction within a family that potentially can reinforce inequalities over the life-course.

The attitudes that we hold are shaped and nurtured by society, institutions, religion and family; they involve feelings, beliefs and behaviours and represent a form of judgement. These attitudes and values define the power relations, dynamics, opportunities and choices between men and women, boys and girls. Societies vary significantly in the scale of egalitarian attitudes and beliefs related to gender roles and opportunities in education, politics, the family, and the workforce.

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