Explain these gender misconceptions?

Consider that there are many gender misconceptions in education. For example, some people believe that boys are more suited for and more interested in math and science. Think about other stereotypes that exist related to gender. How do these stereotypes and misconceptions impact education in the United States? What are your beliefs regarding ability differences between males and females in general and in education? What evidence can you present to validate your viewpoint? Also consider the existing laws that
are meant to guarantee equal treatment in education for girls and boys.
In: Help.Opinions Asked by: temk21 Mar 08, 2009 - 68 Months Ago.  Viewed 4539 times



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Every person should be encouraged to do whatever they're motivated to do, whether it's a boy doing ice dancing, or girl doing physics.

But gender inequality does not always imply misconceptions. On average, boys are better at math, and girls at dancing. We should not guarantee by force any misconceived equality.
Answered by: shshao - 37 Months Ago.
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No,it's wrong.Girls are also good and best suited for math and science not only boys.
Answered by: lily786 - 52 Months Ago.
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Explain these gender misconceptions? Consider that there are many gender misconceptions in education. For example, some people believe that boys are more suited for and more interested in math and science. Think about other stereotypes that exist related to gender. How do these stereotypes and misconceptions impact education in the United States? What are your beliefs regarding ability differences between males and females in general and in education? What evidence can you present to validate your viewpoint? Also consider the existing laws that are meant to guarantee equal treatment in education for girls and boys. - HelpGlobe.Help.Opinions
 




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