Close the math gender gap with effective intervention strategies

A few weeks ago the Washington Post ran yet another article on the Gender Gap in education.  The article is worth a quick look. 

“These results strongly suggest that gender gaps in school performance are not determined by innate differences in ability,” the report says, calling on parents, teachers and policy makers to help identify and change social factors that contribute to the gender gaps.

Looking at the thousands of students using Ascend Math it is clear that there is no difference in the ability of both boys and girls to succeed at math given the right intervention help.



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