Australian Teenagers have strong expectations in regards to gender equality both at work and at home ‐ raising children should be a shared responsibility and men and women should always be paid the same for the same job.

Importantly, while some differences remain, many of the traditional gender biases in areas such as numeracy, literacy, leadership, speaking up and business are fundamentally challenged by this research.

A recent NAB survey of over 300 Australian year 10-12 students shows reports “It was very heartening to see that when girls and boys were asked to self‐rate their own abilities in these areas, there was little difference between how girls and boys saw themselves”.

“Schools should be extremely proud of that result”