Gender stereotyping is still an issue in schools and as a result may be deterring female students from taking maths and science, according to new research. It seems that teachers are inadvertently fuelling the problem by admitting that they struggled in difficult subjects, observing casual sexism, or even boy-girl seating plans in classrooms. https://www.tes.com/news/school-new...d-eight-ways-gender-bias-taking-place-schools But do you agree with the report’s findings? Do you think gender bias is evident in every day school life? What has your school done to tackle the issue of gender stereotypes?