Gender gaps remain in math and science
Publication:
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 1 Dec 2011, p. 9


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Fornek, Kimberly, Author
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Newspaper
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Chart shows differences between boys and girls in math and science. The "gender gap" in those subjects has narrowed from previous generations but it still exists even in high schools known for high academic standards. At New Trier High School shows that 44.5 percent of the boys exceeded the math standards, compared with 31.8 percent of the girls.
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1 Dec 2011
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English
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Sun-Times Media
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Gender gaps remain in math and science