Hanna Rosin, who wrote the "End of Men" cover story in The Atlantic, explores the growing number of women who out earn their husbands. To me, the relevant part of this trend lies in the marriage formation stage, better known as the "marriageable mate" dilemma. How many women choose not to marry because they can't find a similarly educated male mate? And what does this mean when those women have babies on their own?...


Not clear how this would affect the number of boys diagnosed, but just about anything would be an improvement over current methods....


Movie urges boys of color to look beyond basketball and rap music....


Regardless of what you believe causes the gender gap in pay, this is a pretty amazing chart, reproduced by The New York Times....


I included career academies in my book. Another profile here, which indicates the appeal to boys....


Valerie Strauss from the Washington Post is on target here. And it goes without saying who is most lacking in those reading/writing skills....


Catchy phrase out of Australia, where a columnist explores why boys are more likely than girls to receive medication for ADHD....


Useful discussion captured at Inside Higher Education about how to measure college success -- a debate that needs to focus on gender issues (but usually doesn't)....


What if "disparate impact" went beyond the disproportionate number of males punished? How about academic outcomes by gender?...


Take a look at the Demos project in Britain. We have mirror problems, but they are way ahead of us in trying to deal with them....


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