A good reason for gender balancing.
"A number of studies, like one from CMU, have shown that people perform better in math and sciences if fifty percent of the participants are women" (Berson, B).
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By: Mr. Woodford
I will reflect on ideas and practices I learn through my formative years as a classroom math teacher.