10 edition of Learning Like a Girl found in the catalog.
May 21, 2007
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||324|
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As a public school educator, this book gave me lots of insight into the differences between the ways boys and girls learn. It's disheartening how unavailable same sex education is to the majority of the American population, but if more parents and education advocates read books like this, with the rise of charter schools, maybe that will change 5/5(4).
Learning Like a Girl by Diana Meehan is the story of how Archer was founded. InDiana Meehan was looking for an all-girls school to which to send her rising sixth-grade daughter.
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Having spent the best part of my childhood breaking the heads off dolls and stocking up on books, it was a tumultuous time, to say the least. Your mind matters, not as a girl who “isn’t like other girls”, but as a human being.
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I would recommend this book to other readers that have a special little girl in their life. This book has hard laminate on the front and back so it is easy to wipe down with a dampened cloth.
It has great pictures and it is an easy read. Perfect for a bed time story. I thought that the price was good for the quality of the s: K.