Women make only 80 percent of the salaries their male peers do one year after college; after 10 years in the work force, the gap between their pay widens further, according to a study released Monday.
How can you identify the colleges where girls are being admitted at a lower rate than boys? The information is online, but it can be tricky to find.
The Bush administration is giving public schools wider latitude to teach boys and girls separately in what is considered the biggest change to coed classrooms in more than three decades.
In "Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget," Dr. Marianne Legato explores the science of gender differences. Read an excerpt.