Attitudes Toward Science of Male and Female Seventh Grade Students
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This study examined the current attitudes toward science of seventh grade students at a large middle school in Racine, Wisconsin. Attempts were made to determine if there is a significant difference in attitudes toward science based on gender. It was found that there is no significant difference between the attitudes of males and females and that the overall attitude toward science is near neutral for both sexes.
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