workbookAll-girls schools may be more orderly, but they are also bastions of strict conformity in which non-feminine behaviour is ruthlessly stamped out, according to a Concordia University study that may have implications in the ongoing push for single-sex education in Canadian schools.

Read the National Post article here: http://news.nationalpost.com/2013/12/11/all-girls-schools-may-be-more-orderly-but-theyre-no-place-for-a-tomboy-canadian-study-finds/

Globally, there is an effort to end the double discrimination of gender and age experienced by girls.

Click here to read the full article in the Vancouver Sun, written by Daphne Bramham.

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