The educational gap between America’s boys and girls continues to widen: in 2011, eighth-grade girls outperformed eighth-grade boys by 9 points in reading and by 20 points in writing (where 10 points equals one year of schooling). What can we do to boost boys’ educational performance in America?
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Using electronic debit cards loaded with funds to purchase food staples, food stamp recipients load up their carts with nonperishable items like macaroni, canned milk, rice, beans and sausages that can survive a typical three-week journey.
According to a worker at a supermarket in Brooklyn, “Everybody does it.”
America’s most influential, widely read magazine and website for conservative political news, commentary, and opinion, National Review, has partnered with the Independent Women’s Forum, a leading conservative voice for women, to host a series of debates on the issues facing women today. We hope you will join us for this exciting new venture.
Mad Women Debate: The Battle of the Sexes debuts on September 19, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. ET at the Decatur House on Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C. Is there a war on women? Or is it a war on men? Our panel will discuss how we can move beyond dueling wars of the sexes.
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