Gender stereotyping in parents’ and teachers’ perceptions of boys’ and girls’ mathematics performance in Ireland (McCoy et al., 2020)

An Irish study has found that Irish teachers and parents perceive the maths ability of boys as higher than girls, irrespective of performance data showing girls achieving above average or excellent outcomes in maths, and even from when girls are aged as young as 9 years old. Researchers from Trinity…
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