School Reforms, Programs, and Practices for Improving Men’s and Boys’ Educational Achievement

July 29, 2014

The educational attainment of men and boys has nosedived over the past several decades. Whether the issue is the rate of overall engagement, dropouts, learning disabilities and disorders, suicides, final grades, and so forth, the gaps have grown to a point that they now warrant serious concern and meaningful action.

 

The problem is multifaceted, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. I have compiled a list of reforms, programs, and practices that have been implemented. While this list is not meant to list every possible type, it is nonetheless a good start, and will be updated and expanded over time.

 

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