Boys do better in co-ed classrooms

04/14/2008 | ScienceDaily

Boys may learn differently from girls, but they earn far better grades at all levels when girls share their classes, a new Tel Aviv University study has found. "Both boys and girls do better when there are more girls in the class," said economics professor Analia Schlosser. "It appears that this effect is due to the positive influence the girls are adding to the classroom environment."

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