gender and educational attainment

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  • gender and educational attainment
    • w-class boys mainly failing
      • Epstein et al 1998
    • failing boys diverts attention from w-class girls failing
    • sue sharpe
      • w-class girls in 70's compared to 90's
        • ambitious, confident, assertive
          • 56% ->70% women working
    • skelton 2005
      • occupation - women - self-fulfilment
    • schools
      • abolition 11+
      • recognition gender bias
    • society
      • divorce ^
        • girls self-reliant
    • ulrick beck 1992
      • women leading move
    • boys failing
      • job market changes
      • changes in male roles
      • work, home, school
      • laddish behaviour
  • 1990 - boys: 30.8% girls: 38.4%
    • gender and educational attainment
      • w-class boys mainly failing
        • Epstein et al 1998
      • failing boys diverts attention from w-class girls failing
      • sue sharpe
        • w-class girls in 70's compared to 90's
          • ambitious, confident, assertive
            • 56% ->70% women working
      • skelton 2005
        • occupation - women - self-fulfilment
      • schools
        • abolition 11+
        • recognition gender bias
      • society
        • divorce ^
          • girls self-reliant
      • ulrick beck 1992
        • women leading move
      • boys failing
        • job market changes
        • changes in male roles
        • work, home, school
        • laddish behaviour
    • 2007 - boys: 59.7% girls: 66.8%

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