Boys may also be more susceptible to short-term instant gratification than girls are, Buchmann told me. This is partly because they appear to be more affected by poverty and stress than girls are. Girls also have more of the social and behavioral skills that are important for succeeding in school from an early age, Buchmann said. As the gender gap grows, there are wider implications for society. Her brothers were less interested. School quality is also more important for boys than for girls, Figlio said, and since many low-income families attend poor-quality schools, their sons, who are already lagging behind their daughters, fall even further behind. Alana Semuels is a staff writer at The Atlantic.
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