As girls continue to outperform boys in public schools, single-sex education is gaining traction as the next big reform movement. Host Frank Stasio welcomes co-host Corey Webster, a senior at Durham’s Riverside High School. Together, they speak to: Rosemary Salomone, St. John’s University law professor and author of, “Same, Different, Equal: Rethinking Single-Sex Education” (Yale University Press/2003) about the so-called boy crisis in education. Russell Harper, principal of North Carolina A&T Middle College, and Elizabeth Hudgins, senior director of policy and research at Action for Children North Carolina, weigh in on what’s being done in North Carolina to help disadvantaged boys succeed in school. Listener call-in. (59:00
What’s Wrong With Boys?
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