Boys look for action

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Boys should be allowed to walk around during lessons to boost their learning skills, an education expert has suggested. The research, presented at the International Boys' Schools Coalition conference in central London by Abigail Norfleet James of the University of Virginia, says that boys and girls have distinct skills. Boys are likely to be less verbal, have less acute hearing, slower perceptual speed and less ability to control their impulses.

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