Yes. As Dee's study suggests, gender matters: For instance, female teachers are more likely to consider boys disruptive, and girls are less likely to be interested or ask questions with male teachers.
23% (147 votes)
No. Many factors contribute to student success, and a teacher's gender isn't one of them.
13% (82 votes)
Somewhat. Gender matters, but not as much as the ability of a teacher to recognize and support the different learning styles of his or her students.
61% (394 votes)
None of the above (Click on Vote, then click on Comment in the results page to offer another response)
4% (25 votes)
Total votes: 648