We have featured the under-performance of boys in school as one of our periodic “hot topics” for school heads and their board chairs, and in this article (possibly behind the paywall) in the weekend Financial Times the subject gets feature treatment with some valuable history. There is a lot going on here, and like all complex phenomena it is undoubtedly multi-determined and defies easy analysis, but we are delighted that others are taking notice, too.
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