Confronting the “Boy Problem”: A Self-Study Approach to Deepen Schools’ Moral Stance
by Michael C. Reichert & Richard A. Hawley - October 25, 2006
This article offers a perspective on common educational concerns regarding boys as arising, often unnoticed, from schools’ man-making curricula. With an eye to the effectiveness of schools’ moral missions in relation to boys, the authors describe an approach for discovering more grounded ideas and practices developed recently in a research consortium of coeducational and single sex schools.
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