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  • Gender neutral preschools help kids succeed in life
  • Gender neutral preschools help kids succeed in life
    verkeorg (2016) ©

Gender neutral preschools help kids succeed in life

In some kindergartens, Barbies and toy trucks stand apart – but in Sweden, robots wear tutus, and gender pronouns are neutral. Rather than using education to put children in boxes, Sweden is breaking down divides between boys and girls, in the interest of their future interpersonal skills.



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