The Daily Grind: An In-Depth Analysis

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As children grow up into adults, middle school education plays a significant role in developing teenagers’ cognition. During this period, both boys and girls need attention, encouragement, and recognition. However, gender bias in education has historically been a common phenomenon. For example, girls in the class receive less attention from teachers than boys. An in-depth analysis from Peggy Orenstein’s “The Daily Grind: Lessons in the Hidden Curriculum” and Karen Stabiner’s “Boys Here, Girls There: Sure, if Equality’s the Goal” gives an insight into the issue of gender disparity in schools. Reading Orenstein’s article is like reading a story while reading Stabiner’s writing is like reading an academic research. Even though Orenstein and Stabiner

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