Around the country, boys in education are in trouble. Numerous reports are advising that boys' literacy levels are poor in relation to girls', fewer boys achieve the national benchmarks and males comprise a huge proportion of students with disciplinary problems and school expulsion. Education, it seems, is not meeting every boy's needs. The good news is plenty of excellent work is being done to address the cause of these problems. In this program, we talk to renowned educational psychologist Michael Carr Gregg about boys' educational needs, see how a cluster of schools in regional Victoria are addressing the issue and take a look at the Federal Boys Lighthouse program in action.