Breaking Through Barriers to Boys' Achievement: Developing a Caring Masculinity

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Bloomsbury Academic, Jan 1, 2007 - Education - 152 pages
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Evidence and speculation abounds concerning the issues for boys' and girls' pre-school development. This ground-breaking new book examines research findings and provides strategies to help teachers break through the barriers and raise boys' achievement.

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Gary Wilson is a freelance consultant and author, and chair of the National Education Breakthrough Programme on Raising Boys' Achievement in the UK. He wrote "Using the National Healthy School Standard to Raise Boys' Achievement" for the DFES andin 2003 was made the country's first LEA school improvement officer with specific responsibility for raising boys' achievement.. He has advised and trained in over two hundred schools across the UK. He has appeared on Teachers' TV and Radio 4 several times.

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