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Karen Dee Michalowicz

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Registered: 12/4/04
Re: Bibliography
Posted: Jan 9, 1999 11:27 AM
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Women and Mathematics Education has published a "Selected
Bibliography fo Gender Equity in Mathematics and Technology -
Resources Published in l990-l996. It is a useful resource with
many, many references. It was compiled by June Mark of EDC. I
know it is available from WME for $5.00. And I would suggest
if you are interested to contact Professor Charlene Morrow at
Cmorrow@mtholyoke.edu.

There is a Myra Sadker article referenced "Gender Equity in the
classroom: The Unfinished agenda." I'm sure you are all aware
Myra was the leader of the researching team. And, I'm sure you
are aware that Myra died two years ago which is probably why
Wayne contacted David instead of Myra. Being from the
Washington, D.C. area and having the Sadkers at the American
University in DC, I have had the fortune through the years of
hearing them speak on differeng gender issues. Myra was a
stickler for proper research and techniques. Their work has
integrity!

Also, the bibliography contains more than 2 dozen reports,
monographs, and other bibliographies. And, there are several
dozen books and as many chapters in books listed.

To be informed one must do some of their own work. For those
interested I've provided a source and a way to get the
resource. If by chance Professor Marrow has no more, then I
will be glad to zerox my copy (with permission, of course) and
send it.
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Karen Dee Michalowicz Adjunct Faculty
Upper School Mathematics Chair George Mason University
The Langley School Fairfax, VA
McLean, VA





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