Creating more opportunities for gifted girls to skip grades might be one of the most viable ways to open cracks in the glass ceiling that has plagued STEM fields for decades. But these days, young children are far more likely to be held back from school to allow extra time for physical, socioemotional, or intellectual growth than they are to charge ahead of their same-age peers.
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