In addition in 2001 it was found out that in New York vocational education

In addition in 2001 it was found out that in new york

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outcomes. In addition, in 2001, it was found out that in New York vocational education programs, girls were getting substandard training compared to boys (Gehring, 2001). Undeniably, women are still confronted with higher unemployment rates, receiving lower salaries than men. The unstable intensification in the female workforce was not coupled with true socio- economic empowerment and also the notion of equal pay for an occupation is not realized. To be brief, equal opportunity in the world of work is still out of contact. In the Philippine context, gender biased and stereotyping is still prevalent in any workplace, however, because of the efforts exerted, the Commitment on the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and Beijing Platform for Action (BPA), it gives an avenue for the elimination of the said problem and also for the realization of it. These platforms guarantee the equal right of entry for women and men at all levels of education, skills, and development. More than years, the Technical Educational and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) made an effort to lead in the gender mainstreaming in the TVET sector. TESDA firmly believes that education and training in relation to
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gender sensitivity are extremely important for creating a fair and sustainable learning environment. Through gender equality in TVET, there is an assurance for both men and women to have the same status, conditions and equal opportunities for developing their full capacity in order to have a contribution to the overall development of the country. That is why the G ender and Development (GAD)
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