Teachers capitalize on learning differences between boys, girls

Educators at a Michigan school say separating boys from girls allows them to tailor classroom instruction to meet gender-specific learning needs. Teachers focus on more competitive activities for boys, which give them self-confidence, and more writing and theatrical lessons for girls, which help them feel like they belong.

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