Examining the Gender Gap in Educational Outcomes in Public Education: Involving Pre-Service School Counsellors and Teachers in Cross-Cultural and Interdisciplinary Research

@article{Clark2008ExaminingTG,
  title={Examining the Gender Gap in Educational Outcomes in Public Education: Involving Pre-Service School Counsellors and Teachers in Cross-Cultural and Interdisciplinary Research},
  author={Mary A Clark and Pauletta Spence Thompson and Wilma Vialle},
  journal={International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling},
  year={2008},
  volume={30},
  pages={52-66}
}
International educational statistics have reported a gender gap in educational outcomes, with boys falling behind girls in regard to grades, high school graduation and university enrollment and retention. This study involved pre-service teachers and school counsellors in Colleges of Education at three universities on three continents carrying out focus groups with public school students, interviews with educators, and examining national and international quantitative data to investigate this… Expand
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