“…this paper illustrates the role of school contexts in facilitating the development of noncognitive skills, namely, achievement-oriented identities—positive beliefs in one’s own ability and the translation of those beliefs into realizable actions. These identities act as useful tools for navigating the gender-specific challenges that impede girls’ abilities to achieve. These findings have implications for research on gender, noncognitive skills, and educational achievement in developing and developed societies”.
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