By preschool, most children start identifying gender roles. Teachers and parents consciously or unconsciously convey social cues that influence choices of what children play.
Attitudes and expectations about how girls and boys perform academically — and behave socially — push children toward certain pathways. It's time to open all roads to everyone, regardless of…
Girls may have higher academic achievement levels in many areas, but they also have higher incidents of reported mental health issues than boys.
The way teachers view students of color affects their success in schools. Biases and prejudices lead to the fact that many Black girls encounter negative stereotype threats.