I seem to be unable to search Google News or Google Scholar this morning. I knew I had a Google-dependency problem, but I didn't realize how strong it was. So instead, I'll review another website:
A couple of months ago, I received an email from Laura Compian at the website Education.com, inviting me to look at that website's content on gender differences. It's been sitting in the to-do list for a while. The site uses Leonard Sax's research as the main source, and doesn't mention Hyde. In fact, I don't see any opposing viewpoints about whether there are benefits to single-sex education.
I don't know where the idea that opposing viewpoints are confusing came from, or that a lay audience wouldn't be interested in seeing this. The email from Compian described the articles as "parent-friendly", but reading them, all I see is "dumbed down".
NB: The author has a pretty strong bias against single-sex education, especially when teaching methods are tailored to one sex or the other. Differential teaching seems to make for a self-fulfilling prophecy about men and women having different thinking styles and skill sets.
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