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Community Coalitions Manual

The Girls Can! Project, which encompassed 10 project sites nationwide, was designed to encourage schools and community groups to work together to improve girls’ educational opportunities. Read more »

  |   , ,   |   January 01, 2000
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Gaining a Foothold: Women’s Transition Through Work and College

Gaining a Foothold: Women’s Transitions Through Work and College (1999), examines how and why women make changes in their lives through education. Read more »

  |     |   January 01, 1999
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Gender Gaps: Where Schools Still Fail Our Children Executive Summary

Based on the findings of 1,000 research studies, Gender Gaps finds that public schools are making progress toward equitable treatment of boys and girls, but concerns remain. Read more »

  |     |   February 01, 1998
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Separated By Sex: A Critical Look at Single-Sex Education for Girls

Separated by Sex: A Critical Look at Single-Sex Education for Girls (1998) challenges the popular idea that single-sex education is better for girls than coeducation. Read more »

  |     |   January 01, 1998
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Shortchanging Girls, Shortchanging America Executive Summary

AAUW sparked a national debate on gender bias in education with the release of Shortchanging Girls, Shortchanging America (1991). This revised executive summary (1994) shows graphically how classroom gender bias hurts girls’ self-esteem, school achievement, and career aspirations. Read more »

  |     |   January 01, 1994
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How Schools Shortchange Girls Executive Summary

How Schools Shortchange Girls (1992) offers a startling examination of how girls in grades K-12 receive an inferior education to boys in America’s schools. Read more »

  |     |   January 01, 1992