A Conversation about Single Sex Education – Podcast Episode 17 | Podcast Episode 17
Classnotes Podcast (July 31, 2007) The U.S. Department of Education recently expanded regulations for single sex education programs. Is single sex schooling really beneficial to students? What does the research say? Kathy Rigsby, assistant director of the Interwest Equity Assistance Center in Denver, takes a moment during a conference of the Association for Gender Equity Leadership in Education to discuss this issue that has sparked so much dialogue around the country. Kathy has worked with two desegregation assistance centers, one at Weber State University (Utah) and at Metropolitan State College of Denver (Colorado) where she served as assistance director. She has developed and published materials on Title IX compliance and on the prevention of sexual and racial harassment. Kathy is interviewed by Bradley Scott, Ph.D., director of the IDRA South Central Collaborative for Equity.
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Sorting X and Y: Single Sex Schools and Classes
PowerPoint presentation on legal implications by Maree Sneed, presented at the Association for Gender Equity Leadership in Education conference, July 8, 2007 (used with permission)
“K-12 Single-Sex Education: What Does the Research Say?”
by Pamela Haag, ERIC Digest
Single-Sex vs. Coed: The Evidence?
What have researchers found when they compare single-sex education with coeducation?
National Association for Single Sex Public Education
California Study: Single-Sex Schools No Cure-All
By Elizabeth Zwerling, WEnews correspondent
Separated by Sex: Title IX and Single Sex Education
American Association of University Women position statement
Single-Sex Ed 101 – Welcome to the latest educational fad
By Meghan O’Rourke
Six Goals of Education Equity
IDRA South Central Collaborative for Equity
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