Single-sex schools: simple segregation, or a path to gender parity in STEM?

According to a new study, the countries that are worst at getting women into science, technology, and engineering – the STEM fields – are those with the most gender equality. Women make up just 14.4% of all people working in STEM in the UK, despite being about half of the workforce. In Algeria, by contrast, 41% of STEM college graduates are female. Jordan, Qatar and … Continue reading Single-sex schools: simple segregation, or a path to gender parity in STEM?