Boys vs. Girls on the 2010 SAT Test
If you haven't already seen it, here's another look at my December 2010 animation "Boys vs. Girls on the 2010 SAT Test," where I have a little fun trying to debunk "The Janet Hyde" at the University of Wisconsin, who claims there "There just aren't gender differences anymore in math performance. So parents and teachers need to revise their thoughts about this."
See some related CD posts here, here and here.
And here are the results for the 2011 Math SAT Test - the mean score for high school boys was 531 compared to a mean of 500 for girls; and 9,120 boys had perfect scores of 800 compared to 4,683 girls, for a M:F ratio of 1.95-to-1.