Tag Archives: Title IX – Gender Equity

All You Need Is Love? highlights a teen living in a world that exists in opposition to the one we live in now.

All You Need Is Love? highlights a teen living in a world that exists in opposition to the one we live in now. In this short, the terms “gay” and “straight” and the conceptions and cultural stigmas attached to them are completely reversed. What makes this video so powerful is its inclusion of family and […]

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Girls for Gender Equity: Title IX Does Not Only Apply to Sports!

Girls for Gender Equity: Title IX Does Not Only Apply to Sports! by Mandy Van Deven -USA- An unfortunate oversight of the recent media attention on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) bullying is the advocacy potential that decades-old legislation has to prevent gender-based harassment in schools. Title IX of the Education Amendment is […]

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Title IX has had big impact on sports scene By STEVE PORTER 2011-06-23 20:40:54 Back in 1972, high school girls and college women wanted more of an equal footing for competition. It was a man’s world in sports. Females were mostly cheerleaders or spectators. Perhaps they were involved in the Girls Athletic Association, namely intramurals. […]

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History Revisited: Yale sexual harassment complaint echoes Title IX case from 1970s

History Revisited Connecticut Law Tribune Monday, April 11, 2011 http://www.ctlawtribune.com/getarticle.aspx?ID=40168 History Revisited: Yale sexual harassment complaint echoes Title IX case from 1970s By MARIE P. GRADY For Ann Olivarius, news that Yale University is being investigated for allegedly mishandling sexual harassment complaints brought back some memories. In 1977, she was a plaintiff in a landmark […]

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Top 5 Myths About Girls, Math and Science

Top 5 Myths About Girls, Math and Science By LiveScience Staff posted: 27 August 2007 02:10 pm ET Participants in the Integrated Science Teaching Enhancement Partnership Program. InSTEP is part of the NSF’s Graduate Fellowships in K-12 Education Program and is designed to foster student interest in science while boosting teacher confidence in integrated science […]

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