Boys are confident communicators

13th May 2011 at 01:00

Boys are more confident communicators than girls, particularly when speaking in front of their classmates and teachers, according to a survey of young people. The study by the the National Literacy Trust and the Communication Trust, found 69 per cent of boys were either "very confident" or "confident" when speaking in front of classmates compared with 57 per cent of girls.

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