Lise Eliot

Lise Eliot is a neuroscientist at the Chicago Medical School of Rosalind Franklin University and author of Pink Brain, Blue Brain: How Small Differences Grow Into Troublesome Gaps—And What We Can Do About It. Follow her on Twitter

Science
Dec. 4 2014 9:37 AMBusy Boys and Little LadiesHow fake brain science has supported gender segregation in schools.
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Dec. 15 2010 3:13 PMThe Single-Sex TrickThe flaws in a new survey that praises girls-only and boys-only classes.
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Oct. 31 2011 12:39 PMThe Feminist Case Against Single-Sex SchoolsNo, the studies don’t show that girls’ schools are better for girls. But they’re sure great at perpetuating sexist attitudes.
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