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News | U.S. Department of Education 

The Importance of Early Education for All

It’s time for reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. There’s no doubt change is necessary to ensure our children’s civil rights to a high quality education. While the media has focused on the annual assessments mandated by NCLB as being key, I want to highlight another critical improvement needed: high-quality preschool.We are a family that can speak to the benefits of hig

Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post 

International exams show persistent achievement gaps between boys and girls

International math, science and reading exams show that across dozens of countries, 15-year-old boys are more likely to be low achievers than 15-year-old girls, especially in reading. But among the highest-performing students, girls trail boys, and girls have far less confidence in their ability to solve math problems.Read full article >>

The Guardian (U.K.) 

Girls lack self-confidence in maths and science problems, study finds

OECD study suggests school performance could be boosted by parents encouraging girls to consider careers involving subjects such as engineeringGirls “lack self-confidence” in their ability to solve mathematics and science problems and achieve worse results than they otherwise would, despite outperforming boys overall, according to an international study of gender equality in schools by the Or

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