December 10, 2022

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Are Boys Really Better at Math?

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Resources:

American Business Institute: “Women, males and the sciences.”

Jessica Cantlon, professor of developmental neuroscience, Carnegie Melon College, Pittsburgh.

Jo Boaler, professor in the Graduate School of Training at Stanford College, Stanford, CA.

Science of Discovering, “Gender similarities in the mind throughout mathematics enhancement,” “No intrinsic gender differences in children’s earliest numerical skills.”

AERA Open, “Have Gender Gaps in Math Closed? Achievement, Trainer Perceptions, and Discovering Behaviors Throughout two cohorts.” 

AEI.org: “Gender differences on the ACT take a look at: Boys score increased on math and science women score increased on English and studying.”


Nationwide Middle for Training Studies: “Status and traits in the education of racial and ethnic groups.”

U.S. Office of commerce: “Women in Stem, 2017 Update.”

Psychological science, “Building blocks for producing spatial expertise: evidence from a big, U.S. agent sample.” 

Nationwide Bureau of Economic Investigate: “On the Origins of Gender Human Money Gaps: Brief and Prolonged Phrase Penalties of Teachers’ Stereotypical Biases.”

NBER Convention on Diversifying the Science & Engineering Workforce, Jan. 14, 2005, archive of remarks.

The Guardian Newspaper: “Physics was crafted by males.”

Academic Experiments in Arithmetic, “Investigating Pupils’ Illustrations or photos of Mathematicians,”

Planet Economic Forum Report: “Three items to know about women and STEM.”

Journal of Economic Views, “Explaining the gender gap in math take a look at scores: The part of competitiveness.” 

 

 

 

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