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February 26, 2007


Now if they could start letting boys enjoy the opportunities girls have, we might reach equality.

I agree that there are not enough of these programs overall in our schools (for boys or girls). I don't know of any that are taught in any of our schools in my area.

The importance of girl only programs is that when coed is that they are dominated by boys and it is key for girls to start getting a sense of empowerment and success at as early an age as possible.

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