* Bradley explains Title IX's prohibition of discrimination in schools based upon sex.
* Bradley offers an overview of the advances made by girls in public schools since the passage of Title IX.
* Christie asks Bradley about the perception that girls don't do well in math and science.
* Bradley discusses the prevalence of sexual harassment and a school's legal responsibility to protect students.
* Bradley reminds school leaders that they must monitor gender equity constantly.
* Bradley describes gender equity challenges affecting boys, such as in reading and literacy.
* Bradley notes that because boys are perceived to be more violent than girls, they are more likely to be cited for discipline problems and assigned to alternative settings, particularly when race is factored in.
* Christie asks Bradley how bullying and teasing affects both boys and girls, in school and online.
* Bradley points out that Title IX also prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation.
* Bradley offers his recommendations to schools as they continue to strive for better gender equity in schools.
* Bradley talks about a school district in
Arkansas that transformed itself to focus on gender equity.
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