Girls’ education suffers when high-achieving boys are peers (Cools, Fernández & Patacchini, 2019)

An American study has found that teenage girls are less likely to do well in maths and science or complete a bachelor’s degree when they have greater proportions of high-achieving boys in their classes. The future labour force participation of these girls is also negatively affected, while fertility rates at…
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