Which students perform better in school? A study says the better-looking ones excel.
Students whose looks are considered above average perform better on tests and receive nearly five more months of schooling than their peers, say researchers from Barnard College who studied trends in the US and UK. The findings may imply that there are fewer incidents of bullying among students considered more attractive and who have better relationships with teachers.
Sidan publicerades 2019-11-05 16:06 av John Miller