ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 24, 2008
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(Newark, New Jersey: Ned Potter) "Science" research findings on the performance of girls versus boys in science and math examined; scenes shown from the New Jersey Inst. of Technology; details given about why girls are doing better today than 15 years ago. [In 1994, GIRL - worries.] [Student "RAMONA" - says math comes naturally.] [Teacher Suzanne Berliner HAYMAN- talks about science and technology: the geeks rule.] [STUDENT, University of Wisconsin Janet HYDE- comment.]
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