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Fig. 5 | Large-scale Assessments in Education

Fig. 5

From: Trends in gender gaps: using 20 years of evidence from TIMSS

Fig. 5

Changes in gender gaps in science achievement in grades four and eight in the group of the 20% highest achieving and the group of 20% lowest achieving students between 1995 and 2015. Example description of upper left pie chart (grade 4, upper 20% of distribution of math achievement): In four countries, a gender gap remained; In five countries, a gender gap opened, i.e., developed where there was none before; In nine countries, the gender gap closed or there is none in 2015 and there has not been a gap in 1995 neither

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