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Title IX and Equal Opportunity in Vocational and Technical Education: A Promise Still Owed to the Nationís Young Women
June 23, 2002, marks 30 years since the passage of

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By Barry Leonard (ed)
Year: 2002
Pages: 21
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437902316

June 23, 2002, marks 30 years since the passage of Title IX, the fed. law that prohibits sex discrimination in all aspects of federally funded educ. programs. Substantial progress has been made in opening important educ. opportunities for women, but in the area of vocational and tech. educ., women and girls have been left behind. This sex segregation in the nationís vocational classrooms -- and the relegation of girls to traditionally female programs -- has deep impact on the earning power and job prospects of the young women who graduate from these programs. This report presents the findings of a nationwide investigation of the extent of sex segregation in vocational and tech. programs at the high school level. Charts and graphs.

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