The schoolgirl phenomenon is a phenomenon that is gaining attention in the public eye.
The schoolgirls of the 1950s and 1960s are back.
This week, New York State Education Commissioner Diane Ravitch and her team released a report highlighting the challenges of ensuring equal access to education for all children.
A ‘schoolgirl’ is a person who is either a student at a public school, who attends a charter school or a charter private school.
Some children, such as those in special education, attend the same school as a student of the opposite sex.
The new report, titled A New York City School Girl, highlights a wide range of challenges facing the city’s public school system, including: The need to make sure that every student, including children of color, is afforded equal opportunity to attend school.