From the Boston Globe:
The difference myth We shouldn`t believe the increasingly popular claims that boys and girls think differently, learn differently, and need to be treated differently
Here`s my favorite line in the article:
Scientists have turned up some intriguing findings of anatomical differences between the sexes.
Who would have imagined it? It`s amazing what science can accomplish!
Here`s my favorite comment from Boston Globe
reader Aging Cynic:
Anyone who goes within a mile of this subject in Boston is toast. Ask Larry Summers. If the "progressive" echo chamber wants me to nod my head, they can make me do it. (They can`t make me like it, however). This issue is so over. I understand when people won`t take "no" for an answer. Why won`t they now take "yes"? Do I need to be REEEALLY sincere?