Educational culture is a community or society's values, conventions, and practices that guide educational systems and institutions. It includes schools, universities, informal learning contexts, pedagogical methodologies, curriculum design, and education attitudes. Gender identity based on male and female teachers and its impact at the empowerment of female teachers in education sector have ... [Show full abstract] garnered huge interest from researchers and students across numerous fields of examine. This particular study sought to delve into the connection between gender identity and female teacher empowerment in education sector, with a particular recognition on exploring the moderating function of Linguistic Discourse in education and the mediating role of educational cultural values and educational social context . A sample of 500 women spanning numerous areas and socioeconomic backgrounds inside the China become recruited, encompassing an age range of 18 to sixty five years. To acquire information, an online survey was employed, which integrated standardized measures of gender identity, cultural values, educational social context , and empowerment in education sector. Additionally, a comprehensive evaluation of participants' communication patterns and language usage in education sector was conducted to assess Educational linguistic discourse in education sector. Structured equation modeling was used to conduct statistical analysis. Results indicated that gender identity predicts female teacher empowerment in education sector significantly, and that educational cultural values and educational social context partially mediate this relationship. Women who held more progressive educational cultural values and perceived a more supportive social environment reported greater levels of empowerment. In addition, educational linguistic discourse in education moderated the relationship between gender identity and female teacher empowerment in a substantial way. The relationship between gender identity and empowerment was stronger among women who used more inclusive language and avoided gender stereotypes. These findings shed light on the complexity of female teacher empowerment in education and how gender identity, educational cultural values, educational social context, and language use shape women's experiences. The study emphasizes developing progressive educational cultural values and a supportive social environment in education sector to empower women and reduce gender inequities. The study emphasizes inclusive language and eliminating gender stereotypes to promote gender equality and women's empowerment.