Effects of single-sex mathematics classrooms on post secondary engineering paths and self-perception of mathematical ability (Tully & Jacobs, 2010)

This study explored whether secondary school single-sex maths classes impacted young women’s self-perception of their maths ability, and their path towards an engineering based university major. This is particularly important research, as women’s participation in fields such as engineering is still below 20% (Tully & Jacobs, 2010, p. 456). Qualitative…
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