Canadian boys show signs of weakness in maths, science

In Canada, male students lag behind in reading, and the latest test scores suggest they might be losing ground in science and maths as well. Observers say it might be that boys' struggles in reading are affecting their achievement in other subjects. "If they can't read the questions then they can't get them right," said Malkin Dare, president of the Society for Quality Education.

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