Gender gap growing

Schools in Indiana and other states are experimenting with single-sex classrooms and boys-only book clubs as they seek ways to boost young males' academic achievement. Some believe the lack of male models in schools as well as girls' earlier maturation and better verbal skills help explain why female students have lower dropout rates, fewer learning disabilities and higher reading and English scores than male students.

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