Are single gender schools the answer to the achievement gap?
Many all-girl schools have been established with an eye toward empowering girls and young women through a STEM-based curriculum.
Many all-girl schools have been established with an eye towards empowering girls and young women through a STEM-based (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) curriculum. Other efforts to address the math and science achievement gap between boys and girls include girl-focused after-school programs in math, science and engineering and single-gender classrooms in co-ed schools for middle and high school-level math and science classes. (The Atlantic)
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