Gender and Achievement
by Diane S. Pollard - 1993
This chapter is divided into two sections. In the first, I will discuss the evidence concerning the extent of gender differences in academic achievement. In the second section, I will review two perspectives on enhancing academic achievement among women. Many writers have considered separately the relationships between achievement and race, achievement and ethnicity, achievement and social class, and achievement and gender. Such formulations tend to emphasize one sociodemographic characteristic at the expense of others.
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