Get Smart: Girls May See Boys as Smarter By Age Six
Megyn Kelly sits down with researchers, children and their parents for an inside look at a groundbreaking study shedding light on gender bias and how it affects children’s views on themselves and others.
In 2009, the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) published The State of Independent School Leadership. The study revealed that 31 percent of heads were female and 5 percent were people of color (male and female). Seven years have gone by and those numbers have not changed much.