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Most Popular? Who Knew?

I was cruising through links today and ended up on the Education Next site where I noticed a "most popular" list of linked articles. At the top was the boys debate I had with Susan Bailey, executive director of the Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College, who was principal author of the 1992 AAUW report How Schools Shortchange Girls.

For those who missed it nearly a year ago, here's a second chance.

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