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Title Double jeopardy : addressing gender equity in special education / edited by Harilyn Rousso and Michael L. Wehmeyer.

Publication Info. Albany : State University of New York Press, [2001]


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 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Standard Shelving Location  306.43 D727D    Check Shelf
Description xvii, 396 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series SUNY series, the social context of education
SUNY series, social context of education.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Beyond pedestals : the lives of girls and women with disabilities / Adrienne Asch, with Harilyn Rousso, Taran Jefferies -- Won't you know all of me? Recognizing the confluence of disability, gender and ethnicity / Eric Jolly -- Gender equity in education : change and challenge / Katherine Hanson, Susan J. Smith -- Title IX : what does it mean for teachers? / Melissa Keyes -- She bakes and he builds : gender bias in the curriculum / Susan Shaffer, Linda Shevitz -- Can she really do science? Gender disparities in math and science education / Ellen Wahl -- Squeaky wheels versus invisibility : gender bias in teacher-student interactions / Dolores A. Grayson -- Stopping sexual harassment in schools / Eleanor Linn, Harilyn Rousso -- Schools fail boys too : exposing the con of traditional masculinity / Craig Flood -- Teaching as though both genders count : guidelines for designing nonsexist inclusive curricula / Theresa Mickey McCormick -- Uncovering bias in the classroom : a personal journey / Maryann Wickett -- Research on gender bias in special education services / Michael L. Wehmeyer, Michelle Schwartz -- Gender equity issues in the vocational and transition services and employment outcomes experienced by young women with disabilities / Bonnie Doren and Michael Benz -- Nothing to do after school : more of an issue for girls / Merle Froschl, Harilyn Rousso, Ellen Rubin -- What do Frida Kahlo, Wilma Mankiller, and Harriet Tubman have in common? Providing role models for girls with (and without) disabilities / Harilyn Rousso -- The Living Out Loud program : building resiliency in adolescent girls with disabilities / Nancy Ferreyra, Estelle Eskenazi -- Addressing gender equity in special education services : an agenda for the twenty-first century / Michael L. Wehmeyer, Harilyn Rousso.
Subject Women with disabilities -- Education -- United States.
Sex differences in education -- United States.
Educational equalization -- United States.
Added Author Rousso, Harilyn, 1946-
Wehmeyer, Michael L.
ISBN 0791450759 alkaline paper
0791450767 paperback alkaline paper
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