The American Association of University Women, whose 1992 report on how girls are shortchanged in the classroom caused a national debate over gender equity, has turned its attention to debunking the idea of a "boys' crisis," the New York Times reports. "Girls' gains have not come at boys' expense," says a new report by the group, to be released May 20 in Washington, D.C. Echoing research released two years ago by the American Council on Education and other groups, the report says that while girls have for years graduated from high school and college at a higher rate than boys,

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