Gender Bias in Student Evaluations of University Professors

A picture of a MSU classroom lecture hall with empty rows of brown chairs taken from the front of the room.

While not nearly the entire equation when it comes to bias in student evaluations of teaching, gender bias plays a significant role. This article examines students at a French university who evaluate their teachers. The results showed male students have a clear bias in favor of male professors, and that all students, regardless of gender, give more favorable reviews to male professors.

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