The Gender-Equality Paradox: Women in STEM fields

The underrepresentation of girls and women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields occurs globally. Although women currently are well represented in life sciences, they continue to be underrepresented in inorganic sciences, such as computer science and physics. Now,…

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Single-sex schools have lots of advantanges, says this former student.

In this video you can see how this former student of a single-sex school evaluates the advantages that this type of school contributes to. She says that she could unleash her potential, free of stereotypes. She remarks that in these schools it is easier to concentrate on academic issues and not be so aware of what others think of you.

Towards personalized learning

Single-sex school, as you can see in this video, takes advantage of the differences between boys and girls to customize the methodology and achieve optimal levels for each other.

Women and Engineering

The Real Academia de Ingeniería launches the project "Mujer e ingeniería" to arouse the interest of girls and young women in studies in Engineering and Architecture, and motivate professionals in the sector in their promotion to positions of technological responsibility and leadership.

The future of girls' schools -video interview with Dr Helen Wright- past President of the Girls Schools Association

In this insightful interview with tes, Dr. Helen Wright, past president of the Girls Schools Association in the UK, gives her views on the future of girls schools and rebuts some commonly espoused theories against single-sex schooling. Dr. Wright suggests that ‘girls schools provide and…

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