Steven Crowder claims there is “undue influence from women” in public schools

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Citation From the August 17, 2022, edition of Louder with Crowder, streamed on YouTube

STEVEN CROWDER (HOST): You didn't not learn correctly. You learned – and this is the big problem that nobody wants to talk about – you learned as a boy learns.


The public educational system is largely designed by women. And certainly today, there's undue influence from women and they try to teach everyone to learn in the way that little girls learn. Study after study after study shows that little boys don't learn sitting in a classroom listening to a teacher.

It's why – look, this is one thing that people used to say girls are smarter, no, boys are smarter. Here's the truth, OK? Girls do better in school, absolutely. They do better in school, particularly grade school, high school. Boys, young men, blow them away on the SATs. Why is that? Because now they have an individual tutor, they can study at their own pace, they can learn in the appropriate way that they learn. Public education is designed for young girls. And even then it's not very good.