Cambodia’s Lost Boys

Girls now complete lower secondary school nearly 20 percent more often than boys in the country. Solutions aren’t easy.

The disparity indicates an alarming and growing problem: Successful educational interventions have improved girls’ graduation rates — but boys are being left behind, some experts argue. Poverty is a key driver, as families nudge young boys toward an abundance of unskilled construction jobs. (Visual: )

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