No Country for Young Men (or Young Women)
Young men without work - The Globe and Mail
Mistaken fathers can find out who's the daddy - The Local
War Against Boys Continues Apace in Academia - The Spearhead
A New Book Argues Against the SAT - NYTimes.com
Mr. Rosner asserts that the math portion of the test is “male-leaning,” citing data from 1998 and 2000 which found that men performed better than women on 97 percent of math test questions whereas women performed better than men on only .8 percent of them. Mr. Rosner suggested that the composition of questions is unfair, and that the percentage of questions skewed toward men versus those skewed toward women is unnatural.
Mr. Soares agreed. “I don’t blame the SAT,” he said. “But they’ve inadvertently ended up with a statistical algorithm that is systematically biased against racial minorities and women.”