I don't get it, do you? On the one side of the university, the researchers all have documented conclusively that females are superior in language, and males superior in spatial skills. On the other side of the university, the educators have steadfastly refused to accept the science of STEM.
The third-wave feminist faculty even deny females are superior in language skills, because that would mean males must be superior in something; as not even the whacky wrong faculty suggest publicly that females are more intelligent (they are equal to males, always have been, always will be).
In my recent online courses for K-12 teachers, the K-12 teachers are really open to learning about these gender differences. In fact last month they wondered aloud why they weren't taught these differences in their schools of education. K-12 teachers both see these differences everyday in their classrooms. And it has been argued K-12 teachers, especially elementary school teachers, care about their students more than the faculty.
Photo: I am pretty sure I was the first white man to canoe this isolated river, this year.