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Read Item A below and answer the question that follows.
Item A
When children start school, girls are already ahead of boys. This trend continues
throughout school life, including at GCSE and A-level.
Some sociologists see factors within schools as the main cause of gender differences
in educational achievement. One such factor is the increasing number of female head
teachers in both primary and secondary schools.
Other sociologists suggest that out-of-school factors may have a greater impact on
gender differences in achievement, such as men and women’s changing positions in
society.
Applying material from Item A and your knowledge, evaluate the view that gender
differences in educational achievement are the result of factors within schools.
[20 marks]


I'm answering this question on the AQA website. I have no clue what to write so can someone please giving me a structure to follow. I'm stuck someone help
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