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Factors that affect girls in math

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Description:  From the teacher's perspective, what factors influence girls to stop pursuing higher math levels?
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Ed. topic:  Equity, Women

Original Question/Response
26 Nov 00   Factors that affect girls in math by Noreen

Public Discussion
07 Dec 00   Factors that affect girls in math by Mary Lou
18 Jun 02        Re: Factors that affect girls in math by Dorinda Breeland
26 Mar 02   a Tutors opinion by Harmon
16 Apr 02        Re: a Tutors opinion by jmwinston
12 May 02        Re: a Tutors opinion by tamara brown
08 May 02   Women in Math by Pedro Fernández
07 Oct 07        Re: Women in Math by Chelsea
10 May 02   math and female by Karen
22 May 02        Re: math and female by pat
21 Aug 02            Re: Re: math and female by Sue
17 Jul 02        Re: math and female by LReese
13 Jun 02   Math by Patricia Norwood
29 Aug 02   Girls' Attitudes, Self-Expectations, and Performance in Math by Kristina
10 Oct 07        Re: Girls' Attitudes, Self-Expectations, and Performance in Math by Melissa
01 Jul 06   why confused girls in mathematics by waheed ahmed

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