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Where Girls Come First: The Rise, Fall, and Surprising Revival of Girls’ Schools
Twenty years ago, all-girls schools seemed headed

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By Ilana DeBare (au)
Year: 2004
Pages: 392
Binding Paperback
ISBN 1-58542-394-7

Product Code: 1422360172

Twenty years ago, all-girls schools seemed headed for extinction, a minor footnote in the broad story of American education. Today, they are experiencing a dramatic revival. Here, Ilana DeBare interweaves the first complete history of girls’ schools in America with her own personal story of co-founding an all-girls school in Oakland, CA, in 1999. A fascinating chronicle of daily life at girls’ schools over the past 200 years, DeBare’s book also examines the strong convictions of parents & educators that have fueled the rise of new all-girls schools throughout the country. An important contribution to the debate over single-sex education in America. Photos.

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