What Are the Ways in Which Gender Stereotyping Occurs in Schools?
Gender stereotyping in schools; does it exist? According to Sarah Delamont (1980), "It is in the classroom and the playground that girls learn to be girls and boys learn to be boys" (p2 of editor's intro.). This is in relation to gender stereotyping in schools; roles that have been assigned to males and females, and are constrained by society's expectations of them. This essay will look at the various types of gender differences and stereotyping and will assess how they can be minimised within the school environment.
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