Q&A: Research shows children and adolescents may be motivated to rectify gender and ethnicity biases in the classroom

A new Child Development study by researchers at the University of Maryland, Furman University, Education Northwest and University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa in the United States has examined whether children think it’s unfair for a teacher to select students from only one gender or ethnic group for leadership duties.

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