Officials in Shanghai, China, have introduced male-only classes following concern that male students may be trailing their female peers in development and some academic areas. Educators say they are hopeful the single-gender courses will help male students develop more confidence in their abilities.
Will China's male-only courses boost boys' confidence?
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