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The aim of this study is to analyse how OECD countries view educational inequality, and what the important policy issues are in relation to the education inequality that these countries are experiencing. Analysis results were obtained, through the text mining analysis method, for academic papers dealing with educational inequality in OECD countries. As a result of the analysis, various policy issues faced by OECD countries were classified into five categories. These five policy topics can be summarized as: inequality in primary schools; reform of support programmes for university students; measures to recognize the diversity of migrants; legislation regarding educational inequality measures; and promotion of protection for women in the labour market.