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There’s More to Learning Math than Mathematical Aptitude

Ever since I founded Girls’ Angle, I’ve had frequent discussions about gender segregated math education. Here’s an argument I often hear from those opposed: “I believe girls and boys are equally capable at doing mathematics, and, therefore, they should not … Continue reading

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Girls do Math: Surprised by the Surprise

I occasionally run into people who seem surprised that girls do math! “You run a math club for girls? I thought math was for boys…”

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