Study reveals gender bias in evaluations of teaching assistants

“A college class had two teaching assistants: one male and one female. At the end of the semester, the students scored the male TA higher on course evaluations, while the female TA got five times as many negative reviews.

There’s just one problem: They were the same person.”

These are the results of a study on gender bias in student evaluations.

Read the News item of the University of Florida here >>

Download the paper published in NACTA here >>

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