September, 2012

2012 edition of Generating Expectations for Student Achievement (GESA): An Equitable Approach to Educational Excellence

GrayMill is pleased to announce that a new 2012 edition of Generating Expectations for Student Achievement (GESA): An Equitable Approach to Educational Excellence book is finished and available! “We have combined, updated & revised the 2007 GESA Teacher Handbook & the 2008 GESA Participant Book into this single 2012 publication, priced at $38, plus s/h, and the […]

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Title IX at 40

from Teaching Tolerance Beyond the Playing Field When Kristen Galles was a 7th grader in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, she wanted to enroll in shop class. But there was a problem. At Harding Junior High School, only boys could do that. It’s just how things were in 1976. “When I was growing up, I didn’t know […]

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“Title IX and Interscholastic Athletics: How It All Works – In Plain English,” a self-evaluation Manual and desk reference for high schools and middle schools!

ANNOUNCING:  “Title IX and Interscholastic Athletics:  How It All Works – In Plain English,” a self-evaluation Manual and desk reference for high schools and middle schools!  This 450 page Manual and 250 page Workbook provide detailed explanations of the Title IX requirements and step-by-step instructions for conducting an accurate self-assessment of your interscholastic athletics program.  […]

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Legal Advocacy Groups Urge Department of Education to Investigate Penn State

Legal Advocacy Groups Urge Department of Education to Investigate Penn State Posted: 01 Sep 2012 02:56 AM PDT The ACLU and the Women’s Sports Foundations have urged the Department of Education to investigate whether Penn State’s response to known incidents of sexual abuse by former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky violated Title IX.  According to […]

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