The physics problems on this edition of the TIMSS are relatively easy compared to calculus. And calculus is relatively easy compared to politics. And politics is relatively easy compared to understanding the dynamics behind a complex society like ours. And that's relatively easy compared to understanding the whys and wherefores of both our Founding Fathers and the "old" testament.
Yet many of our 12th grade girls actually scored lower than if they'd just guessed on a THIRD of this relatively simple physics test. Where exactly does that leave them with the ability to make responsible voting decisions?
By what process can they do that if "women's intuition" produces, essentially, a negative intelligence score?
Modified Tuesday, July 14, 2009
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