High school girls who are more confident in their math abilities are more likely to pursue math in college and beyond.
Physical education is for every body - as long as it's male.
The appointment of women into positions of power can break stereotypes and inspire girls.
Research shows that there is a stark geographical divide in the experiences of girls growing up in the UK today.
Community-based education, or community schools, are alternative education models that lack school infrastructure.
Interventions for vulnerable girls in Kenya aim to empower and keep them safe.
Increases in gold prices on world commodities markets are linked to fewer surviving girls in India. This is related to gold often being part of bridal dowries.
Female teachers can act as role models who enhance girls’ motivation and learning outcomes.
Teenage girls using social media for more than an hour a day face risks to their well-being as they grow up.
Research shows men and women interpret violence and bullying differently.
Eroticised postcards featuring young girls in playful poses were collectables at the turn of the 20th century. These images challenge the notion that childhood was once more innocent than it is today.
Assessment scales for ADHD have been developed using mostly male research samples. As a result, the behaviours indicating ADHD in girls may not be what you expect.
New guidance urging schools to stop making pupils conform to gender stereotypes is a step in the right direction.
Engineering has long been a male-dominated profession. Now engineering schools globally are making extraordinary efforts to attract the creative female talent they really need.
For over a century, British authorities have ignored the exploitation of working-class girls.
Autism manifests in different ways. The signs are often less visible in women than in men, leading many to be underdiagnosed.
YouTube is awash with videos on beauty and fashion, and young girls are avidly watching, creating powerful social media figures in the process.
The lack of strong female characters in children's picture books is oft-lamented. But a new crop of books invites girls to write themselves into history.
The Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" presents rape as an aggressive act, working hand in hand with the powers that be and permeating a school’s entire culture.
As the series draws to a close, it will leave in its wake controversy and debate.