Women and ETS (Again)

Something to ponder ahead of next week:

 

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  • http://thebiblicalworld.blogspot.com/ John Byron

    I am not sure of the chart’s source, but it seems to be outdated, at least from a North American perspective. Women are now outnumbering men in seminaries in the USA and Canada. At Ashland, for instance, more than 50% of our students are women. But perhaps this chart is only reflecting on ETS sanctioned schools, in which case it is might be accurate.

    John

  • http://arthurandtamie.wordpress.com Tamie

    I appreciate that the women are in green and the men in red (orange?). No blue/pink stereotypes here!