In later times, the population of women who had completed a college education or higher was only slightly larger than the proportion of men. In later times, the population of women who had completed a college education or higher was only slightly larger than the proportion of men.According to table 6-2, the variety of groups is in terms of gender and race. It reveals that Blacks and Hispanics have lower educational attainment than non-Hispanic whites, and were less likely to complete high school, making it less likely that they will graduate from college. The differences between Blacks and non-Hispanic whites were noticeably smaller than the differences between Hispanic and non-Hispanic whites. Socialization is defined as the process by which the influence of family, teachers and the media shapes an individual’s attitudes and behavior. The process of socialization impacts the self-esteem of men and women, proving that it could possibly affect boys’ and girls’ perceptions of their mathematical abilities or the appropriateness of their interest in this subject. Furthermore, this process helps to shape the role that boys and girls are expected when it comes to working. In recent generations, boys and girls have been taught from a very young age to aspire to and train for gender-appropriate lines of work. Many of them pass up wonderful opportunities because they go against what is expected of them in regard to their gender. They are met with limitations and boundaries to what they can achieve.