Friday, June 22, 2007

Title IX (that's "Title 9" for all of you out there who, like me, don't know their Roman numerals)

New story
Hundreds of U.S. schools are using changes made to the federal Title IX law last fall to extend boys- and girls-only classes beyond gym and sex ed. But critics say that could lead to the very stereotyping and discrimination the law's meant to prevent. Sally Herships reports.



Blogger Abzdragon said...

I personally disagree with this. >_> Im studying to be a teacher and I don't know that I will want to teach in this kind of setting. For one, there is a huge lack of male teachers period so this will be hard. For two, if boys and girls only learn how to act around their same sex I don't see how high school will help them become socialized... at all. Not to mention the gender issue. Aren't we over this America?!

7/06/2007 11:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi I'd like to congratulate you for such a great quality forum!
Was thinking this would be a nice way to introduce myself!

Robin Toby
if you're ever bored check out my site!
[url=]basketball Party Supplies[/url].

1/09/2010 12:32 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home