Educators: Girls and boys learn differently

02/20/2009 | WFMY-TV (Greensboro, N.C.)

Some North Carolina educators say girls and boys learn in different ways and have divided one middle school's eighth-grade Advanced Learning classes by gender. School officials say boys respond to hands-on activities and learn best in 30-minute lessons, while girls should be taught through reading and note-taking.

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