These California school districts joined forces to bolster social-emotional development, but a study of 400,000 kids reveals learning gaps and a confidence crisis among middle school girls

July 12, 2018
An Education Analytics study of 400,000 students in California's CORE Districts from 4th to 12th grades found that girls' self-efficacy plummets as they enter middle school, and White students consistently report higher social-emotional learning than their non-White peers.