Gender and Education
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This paper discusses the notion that males and females perform differently in the classroom. The paper contends that the goal of educators should be to minimize the stereotypical belief systems that influence gender achievement and help teachers focus on aiding students, whether male or female, in accomplishing as much as they can and holding everyone, regardless of sex, to the highest standards of achievement in the classroom. Traditional stereotypical beliefs about student achievement based on gender must be abolished in order for success in the classroom to be realized.
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