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Gender Issues - WISE: Working to Improve Schools and Education. Websites. American Association of University Women (AAUW) - - many good reports about gender equity and related issues in education and schools. Crossing the Line - - an important 2. The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap - - a 2. United States. It states, "The pay gap is real. This guide backs up this assertion with the latest evidence and presents new ideas for what we can do about it. Did you know that in 2. United States still earned just 7.
Gender Pay Differences: Progress Made but Women Remain Overrepresented Among Low Wage Workers - - a 2. U. S. government study that documents continuing wage and income disparities between men and women. The Income Disparity of Women in the Creative Class - - From this 2. Women hold slightly more than half (5.
But the pay they receive is anything but equal. Creative class men earn an average of $8. This $3. 3,9. 32 gap is a staggering 7. Even when we control for hours worked and education, creative class men out- earn creative class women by a sizable $2. They Call It the Reverse Gender Gap - - This New York Times article discusses the recent phenomenon of women reaching or even surpassing the pay rate of their male counterparts. Equity and Careers: Progress and Promise - - a 2. The United States has witnessed significant progress for girls and women in education over the past 3.
Success is evident in completion rates in postsecondary education, participation in sports, and representation in some professional fields. However, serious inequities persist, and in some cases, gender disparities have grown."The Gender Wars in Education - - a good discussion and critique of the perspective that pits the needs boys and young men against those of girls and young women, a perspective that tries to create a zero sum game in which a step forward for young women in education is seen as a step backward for young men. Where the Girls Are: The Facts about Gender Equity in Education - - provides a comprehensive overview of female students’ educational achievement from elementary to high school over the past 3.
The Pseudoscience of Single Sex Education - - a 2. Why So Few? Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics - - A 2. It presents eight key research findings that point to environmental and social barriers – including stereotypes, gender bias, and the climate of science and engineering instruction. The report also includes up to date statistics on girls' and women's achievement and participation in these areas and offers new ideas for what each of us can do to more fully open scientific and engineering fields to girls and women.
These are several short clips from Tim Wise’s recent appearance with Dolewite on 101.1 The Beat (Nashville), to discuss recent police shootings and their relationship to racial inequality in America. In this first clip, Wise.
Crossing the Line: Sexual Harassment at School - - a 2. American Association of University Women that documents the continuing problem of sexual harassment in U. S. schools - - 5. Math is Hard, Barbie Said - - a 2. Newsweek that makes the argument that the "gender gap" in math is not genetic.
Move Over Barbie - You're Obsolete - - a young woman who is a recent graduate in engineering from Stanford University has created a "toy" designed for girls that develops spatial reasoning, reading skills, imagination, creativity and more. Title IX Info - - a website dedicated to providing up- to- date information about the status and pursuit of the many issues and concerns addressed by this important piece of legislation.
Los Reyes Magos (The 3 Wise Men in the United States) is a 2003 Spanish animated film. It tells the story of the visit of the Magi to the baby Jesus and the wrath of Herod. The film was directed by Antonio Navarro who was.
Education and Title IX - - up- to- date reports, information, recommendations for reform, and other valuable resources presented by the Women's Law Center. National Women's Law Center - - an organization that works to "protect and advance the progress of women and girls at work, in school, and in virtually every aspect of their lives" - - very valuable information and resources. The Myra Sadker Foundation - Promoting Gender Equity - - a site in honor of researcher/author Myra Sadker, with excellent materials and links to other great sites.
Gender Differences in Educational Achievement within Ethnic and Racial Groups - - a research summary of findings about the intersection of gender and ethnicity/race in education. Gender Equity Fact Sheet - - This fact- sheet centers on three different gender equity issues, including education in various countries - - useful statistics and graphs. Public Perceptions of the Pay Gap - - a 2. AAUW that presents data about gender inequalities in pay and the degree to which different groups acknowledge and are concerned about it. Gender Equity: Still Knocking at the Classroom Door - - a 1.
David Sadker about ways in which gender bias is still at work in schools and education. Middle School Voices on Gender Identity - - a 1. Gender Bias in Textbooks: A Hidden Obstacle on the Road to Gender Equity - - an article that brings an international perspective to this issue - - includes a section about the U. S. David Sadker's Website - - a collection of good articles by noted gender equity researcher David Sadker. Teacher Education and Textbooks: The Unfinished Gender Revolution - - a 2.
An Educator's Primer to the Gender Wars - - an article discussing current debates over how best to address the needs of both boys and girls, young men and young women, in schools. School Gender Gap - - a video that explores the reasons why males lag behind females in school achievement. The Pseudoscience of Single- Sex Schooling - - a 2. There is no well- designed research showing that single- sex education improves students' academic performance, but there is evidence that sex segregation increases gender stereotyping and legitimizes institutional sexism."Single Sex Schools: A Good Idea Gone Wrong? The Trouble with Single- Sex Schools - - a 1. Atlantic Monthly. What Happens In an All- Girls' Math Class?
Single- Sex Schools No Cure All - - a 2. California study. Single- Gender Classrooms - - This You. Tube video follows a single- sex classroom teacher and explain how she provides different teaching styles for boys and girls. The Impact of Single- Sex Education on the Performance of First and Second Grade Public School Students - - this article focuses on research comparing single sex public education in to coed education during the 2. The purpose of this study was to determine if students' academic achievement in math, reading, discipline referrals, and attendance was influenced by the type of education implemented. Single Gender Education - Why?
The Case for Single- Sex Schools - - a 2. Christian Science Monitor. Single Sex vs. Coed - - Information about single sex classrooms, and how they have been shown to increase girls' self confidence, grades, and over- all academic performance. National Association for Single- Sex Public Education - - an organization dedicated to promoting single sex education. AAUW's Position on Single- Sex Education - - a position statement by the American Association of University Women (AAUW), and a discussion of their 1.
The objectives for the WiSE Symposium 2016 are multifaceted. First, we need to inspire diversity of thought in STEM. Secondly, we need to gain an international perspective and leverage global strengths in the STEM fields to. The Magi (/ ˈ m æ dʒ aɪ / or / ˈ m eɪ dʒ aɪ /; Greek: μάγοι, magoi), also referred to as the (Three) Wise Men or (Three) Kings, were, in the Gospel of Matthew and Christian tradition, a group of distinguished. Sermon Search Results for Men And Women Free Sermons and Sermon Outlines for Preaching.
Separated by Sex: A Critical Look at Single- Sex Education for Girls. K- 1. 2 Single- Sex Education: What Does the Research Say?
Exposing Gender Stereotypes - - This website offers educators ideas for lesson plans about breaking down gender stereotypes. BEM Sex Role Inventory - - This is a tool that students can use to discover how they rate on a gender scale, the results could be used in a lesson about breaking down gender stereotypes. Girls Write Now - - "New York’s premier creative writing and mentoring organization for high school girls." Their mission is to "provide a safe space for girls to explore and develop their creative, independent voices, and learn how to make healthy choices in school, career and life."About Girls' Difficulties in Science: A Social, Not a Personal Matter - - a good article. Encouraging Girls in Math and Science - - a national report from 2.
Association for Women in Mathematics - - "The purpose of the Association for Women in Mathematics is to encourage women and girls to study and to have active careers in the mathematical sciences, and to promote equal opportunity and the equal treatment of women and girls in the mathematical sciences."Minority and Gender Issues in Math - - and extraordinary collection of links, articles and other resources. Taking Stock: Where We've Been, Where We Are, Where We're Going - - a 2. Biographies of Women in Math - - a great resource for learning about the contributions and histories of women in math. Under the Microscope: A Decade of Gender Equity Projects in the Sciences - - a 2.
Achieving Gender Equity in Science Classrooms - - good recommendations and lesson plan ideas developed at Brown University. Encouraging Girls in Mathematics and Science - - a good chapter about issues and valuable educational strategies. Weaving Gender Equity into Math Reform - - great resources links, especially for math educators and others interested in the math education of young women.
Girls Go Tech - - a site that promotes the involvement of girls and young women in science and math - - includes information and tips for girls, young women, and parents. Through the Glass Wall: Computer Games for Mathematical Empowerment - - gender equitable and educationally rich computer games and activities.
Annotated Web Resources about Gender Equity and Math/Technology Instruction - - lots of good links. Engineer Girl - - a website dedicated to promoting engineering as a profession for young women - - includes information about possible careers, profiles of women engineers, relevant computer games and progrms good readings, and more."Nerd Girls" TV Program Challenges Stereotypes - - read about and watch a 9 minute pilot for a reality show in which female engineering students build a solar car. Years of Women in Science - - biographies, other links, and more. Weaving Equity into Math Reform - - a summary of research reports about gender differences relevant to math education. Learning Styles in Mathematics Classrooms - - an article that explores the ideas of different modes of math instruction for girls and young women and single- sex math instruction.