Chapter 3 Curricula, Teaching Materials, and Instruction
Educational institutions shall put in place curricula and design activities which encourage students to develop their potential and they are not permitted to treat any student in a different way on the basis of the student’s gender.
Elementary and junior high schools, in addition to integrating gender equity education into their curricula, shall implement at least four hours of courses or activities on gender equity education each semester.
Senior secondary schools and the first three years of five-year programs at junior colleges shall integrate gender equity education into their curricula.
Universities and tertiary colleges shall offer a wide range of gender studies related courses.
Educational institutions shall develop course planning and assessment methods that are in accord with the principles of gender equity.
The compilation, review, and selection of the teaching materials used by educational institutions shall be undertaken in accord with gender equity education principles. The content of teaching materials shall present a balanced depiction of the historical contributions and life experiences of people of different genders, and demonstrate and present diverse gender perspectives.
When using teaching materials and engaging in educational activities, teachers shall maintain their awareness of gender equity, eliminate gender stereotypes, and refrain from any gender prejudice or gender discrimination.
Teachers shall encourage students to take subjects and study in fields that are not traditionally affiliated with their gender.