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A gender equity study compiled from surveys of 39 independent schools throughout the U.S. reveals that Baylor does an exemplary job in providing equitable experiences for students, regardless of gender, in a number of critical areas.

According to the study, both girls and boys identify Baylor as a school where personal growth and development are encouraged, where opportunities for leadership and influence abound, where meaningful relationships are forged with peers and adults, where finding a sense of balance helps manage the stresses of school life, and where each student is treated equally – in and out of the classroom.

Highlights of the report include:

Source: Independent School Gender Project 1996-2009, by Cheryl Sandford Jenkins, Ed.D., St. George’s School , Rhode Island ; Principal Investigator for the Independent School Gender Project, April 2009.