Title IX

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History

 

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Alan L

 

Date added:

October 10, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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17 / 4686

 

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The experts were wrong. In the 29 years that have passed since Title IX became law, brain scientists as well as educational psychologists have learned just how wrong they were. Recent studies using MRI scans show clearly that the average boy's brain develops much more slowly than the average girl's. Some studies show that the brain of a 17-year-old boy looks like the brain of a 13-year-old girl...
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Some studies show that the brain of a 17-year-old boy looks like the brain of a 13-year-old girl. The men don't catch up with the women until about age 30. Given that the girl's brain develops more rapidly than the boy's, it should come as no surprise that girls, on average, acquire language skills more rapidly and proficiently than boys do...
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