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Gender Bias in Education - EdChange

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When different behaviors are tolerated for boys than for girls because 'boys will be boys', schools are perpetuating the oppression of females. There is some ...

Do Schools Treat Boys and Girls Equally? - Family Education

www.familyeducation.com/life/choosing-quality-school/do-schools-treat-boys-and-girls-equally

A parent wants to know whether our schools are now unbiased on gender. ... Boys and girls, as judged by every study I respect, are treated differently at many ... as a family therapist and has worked as a consultant for more than 20 years.

Girls and Boys. Treated equally or differently? - SMRT

www.smrt.bristol.sch.uk/index.php/bbc-school-report-2014/1055-girls-and-boys-treated-equally-or-differently

In school PE, girls and boys play different sports. Girls should ... Sometimes it is females that are treated better than males, but sometimes the other way round.

The Economist explains: Why girls do better at school than boys ...

www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2015/03/economist-explains-3

Mar 5, 2015 ... For centuries, boys were top of the class. These days, girls are scoring higher grades.

Treating School Kids Differently Based on Sex = Discrimination ...

www.aclu.org/blog/speakeasy/treating-school-kids-differently-based-sex-discrimination

Dec 4, 2014 ... ... that treating boys and girls differently in school is sex discrimination. ... (rather than implementing sex segregation across an entire grade or ...

Gender Differences in Elementary School Discipline

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Will teachers use different strategies when disciplining boys and girls? ... Do students perceive themselves as being treated differently than one another based ...

Gender in education - Research summaries - THE JOURNEY TO ...

www.journeytoexcellence.org.uk/resourcesandcpd/research/summaries/rsgenderineducation.asp

Boys tend to play different kinds of games from girls and they relate to each ... Girls are prepared to be more open about their aspirations than boys. ... case for treating them differently in schools, whilst avoiding the dangers of stereotyping.

Male and female teachers: Do they treat boys and girls differently ...

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It was suggested that the male stereotype and the school environment are less congruent than the female stereotype and school, and that experienced teachers  ...

Difference Between Boys and Girls - ABC News

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Do boys and girls really deal with people in very different ways? Yes ... he said, " Boys are allowed to talk back to their parents more than girls are, to assert their will more." ... By socialization, Witt means parents and society treat kids differently .

Student Opinion | Is School Designed More for Girls Than Boys ...

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Feb 5, 2013 ... Girls tend to develop certain skills earlier than boys: for example, the ... in the overall studies, but each school, each class, they're all different.

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Do Teachers Really Discriminate Against Boys? | TIME.com

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Feb 6, 2013 ... A study on gender disparities in elementary-school performance found that boys received lower grades than girls, even when their test ... may miss girls' behavior problems entirely or treat well-behaving boys as anomalous, ...

Surprising Facts About How Boys are Treated in School

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Statistically speaking, there are more boy geniuses than there are girl geniuses ... bar for expectations changed and was set differently for boys vs girls in school.

Gender Bias in Teaching | Education.com

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Dec 23, 2009 ... ... gender inequity in classrooms is that they treat all their students the same. ... Girls are also expected to possess better social skills than boys and to excel at ... Gender bias can occur within subject areas and school activities. ... and the sciences, there are different participation patterns for girls and boys...