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- 1/15/10 - King Thorius, Kathleen, Equity Alliance at ASU
Despite remarkable progress along many indicators of equitable access, participation, and outcomes of schooling, there are still persistent, pervasive issues that must be addresses, including continued disparities in access to athletics and academic programs, sexual harassment, hate crimes, and discriminatory treatment of girls and women. This What Matters brief includes strategies for:
* Achieving gender equity in access and opportunities to learn
* Achieving a gender-balanced...
- 1/1/09 - Equity Alliance at ASU,, Kathleen King
Inclusive education, in policy and practice, rejects the exclusion and segregation of students, for ANY reason: gender, language, household income, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, national origin, ability, or any dis/ability. Simultaneously, because of an active commitment to equity for all students, inclusive educational systems maximize the participation of all learners, by making learning opportunities relevant and high-quality. This is only achieved through the systemic exploration...
- 1/1/06 - Weiler, Kathleen
This article examines the feminist historiography of the progressive education movement over the past 25 years using the Foucauldian conception of genealogy and the theoretical approach of critical feminism. Gender has largely been ignored as a significant category of historical analysis in the historiography of progressive education in the United States. The defining history of progressive education in the United States is still Lawrence Cremin’s 1961 work, The Transformation of the...
- 1/1/07 - Ehrmann, Nicholas
Objectives: To explore the continuing consequences of segregation for students in elite colleges and test whether male and female students experience the effects of segregation in different ways. Methods: Data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Freshmen (NLSF, 1999-2003) are used to predict the odds of elite-college graduation separately by gender. Theories on childhood gender socialization are addressed using OLS and logistic regression models to test for gendered pathways through...
- 1/1/94 - Griffeth, Roger W., et al.
- 1/1/06 - Oshima, T. C., Domaleski, Christopher S.
Much interest exists among parents and researchers regarding the benefits and drawbacks of delaying kindergarten entrance to acquire academic advantage ("redshirting"). How evident is this assumed advantage at the kindergarten level and beyond? The authors evaluated largescale test data from Grades K-8 to investigate the difference in performance between younger children (summer birthday) and older children (fall birthday). The performance gap evident in kindergarten decreased rapidly in...
- 1/16/10 - Caroline and Sigmund Schott Foundation, The Schott Center for Public and Early Education
"This report reflects our recent efforts to understand how to ensure that the next generation of girls and boys enjoy respectful schools and classrooms in which they can grow and succeed. We want all children to have the benefits of an education that provides them with a full range of life options and helps them become decisionmakers and leaders. We hope this publication will serve as a useful discussion tool for organizations, foundations, and individuals interested in creating more...
- 1/1/06 - Smith, Michael J., Fleming, Michael K.
A serious imbalance exists in today's African American undergraduate student population in which the number of women far outnumber the number of men. Although at the macro level, political, sociological, and economic forces frame this gender enrollment gap, scant research has explored microlevel influences such as parents and parenting. This study uses a qualitative methodology and Hossler's model of college choice to examine African American parent involvement during the search stage. The...
- 1/1/02 - Dai, David Yun
Over the past 2 decades, much research on gifted girls has revolved around the issue of whether they, compared to gifted boys, are motivationally disadvantaged in achievement settings. While research and anecdotal evidence seems to support this hypothesis, most recent educational statistics show the closing of the gender gap. In this article, the literature is reviewed and critiqued as to the existence of alleged gender differences, as well as task and social conditions, and putative...
- 1/2/10 - Center on Education Policy,
"Disparities between boys and girls in reading and mathematics achievement have long been a concern among educators. While the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) does not hold school systems directly accountable for making adequate yearly progress (AYP) for the male and female subgroups, as it does for racial/ethnic and other subgroups, the Act does require states and school districts to publicly report test results broken down by gender. These requirements to disaggregate and publicize test...
- 1/1/91 - Smith, Douglas C.
- 1/1/00 - Mayer-Smith, Jolie, Pedretti, Erminia, Woodrow, Janice
This case study explores a popular assertion, namely that success in technology enriched science classrooms is gender dependent. We investigate how students respond to substantive changes that accompany a comprehensive integration of technology with the teaching and learning of secondary science and physics. Specifically, we ask: (1) Do female students view, participate, and achieve differently than male students in technology enhanced science classrooms? and, (2) If not, why not? Empirical...
- 1/1/98 - Evans, Karlin S.
Researchers have noted that gender inequity exists in early school settings. This inequity is apparent in student-teacher interactions, student-student interactions, and children's literature. Suggestions to help current or prospective teachers combat gender inequity in early elementary classrooms via nonbiased literature, nonbiased play, and nonbiased curriculum are provided, and an assessment of nonbiased curriculum is offered.
- 1/1/96 - MacMillan, D. L., Gresham, F. M., Lopez, M. F., & Bocian, K.
- 1/1/00 - Weis, L. & Fine, M., Ayers, William
- 1/3/09 - Edward Fergus, Roey Ahram
“The purpose of this manual is to provide disrtrict/school personnel an overview of how to analyze special education and general education enrollment data in order to identify rates of disproportionality in special education classification and placement. The manual is divided into three levels: (a) general; (b) by race/ethnicity; and (c) by disability type, placement, and race/gender/ethnicity. Each level outlines the core questions that should be answered by the data, as well as the...