CHILDREN EXPERIMENT: We will randomly assign students at individual level to the six different interventions. The enumerator will provide the same information to all students. However, while completing the survey in the tablets, students will receive the different information for the different treatment groups. With this experiment, we want to understand, first, whether girls (boys) are systematically more likely to pick the gender conforming tasks compared to what would be efficient given their performance in both tasks in the control condition. If so, we would provide evidence of self-stereotypes of students. Second, we want to understand whether social image concerns may push students to behave in a direction closer to the one predicted by gender stereotypes. Third, we want to understand whether girls avoid specific fields, such as math, because they do not want to be the only girls in the group interaction and whether boys boys avoid humanistic field because they don't want to be the only boy in the group interaction. Fourth, we want to see whether prompting children to think about the recommendation from their parents induces them to choose more or less gender stereotypical than children's choice in the control group. Finally, we will study whether informing children that their parents will observe their choice affects their decision.