The “crisis in boyhood” leading to boys falling behind academically results from socialization and schools failing to embrace the ways boys develop — not an intellectual deficiency, according to Harvard psychologist William Pollack, who spoke at Colby for a conference on boys’ academic success.
Morning Sentinel, April 12
“Colby speaker details crisis in boyhood” http://morningsentinel.mainetoday.com/news/local/2629830.shtml
Portland Press Herald, April 12
“Educators warn of trends harming boys”