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Discuss how far sociologists would agree that The improvement in girls achievement in examinations has been a result of educational reforms?
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Sociologists would agree, but only to a very limited extent. Improvements in girls' achievement, as is the case in gender differences in school performance, is attributable to environmental and social factors. Education reform may be a significant environmental factor, but there are also other factors that account for increased performance, including changing in-school experiences and changing expectations for success. In addition, there are those factors that schools and school reform have little impact on. These would include changing gender roles and the collapse of the male blue collar employment market. Collectively, these community factors point out to the limited role that education reform has on the achievement of girls.

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