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Boys Are Good In Subjects Where They Like The Teacher Who Is Not Strict

Tags: Education, STEM


By Riley, 7 in Morningside
Recorded at Assemble on October 16, 2015
Description:
Riley describes that boys and girls are equally good, but they are "better" in classes where they like teachers who aren't strict. Girls in her school are usually behaved.



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