2 edition of Sex discrimination in the selection of school district administrators found in the catalog.
Sex discrimination in the selection of school district administrators
Doris M. Timpano
by Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Education Division, National Institute of Education, Education and Work Group in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||by Doris M. Timpano and Louise W. Knight.|
|Series||NIE papers in education and work - National Institute of Education ; no. 3|
|Contributions||Knight, Louise W., National Institute of Education (U.S.). Education and Work Group.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 65 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||65|
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A grass-roots organization, Career Women in Education (CWE)) formed to increase the proportion of women administrators on Long Island. This booklet is about CWE-particularly how it organized to help women educators overcome discrimination--but it is also designed to be a how-to manual.
Ideas are presented for starting a job-locating network, a talent bank, district fact folders, and workshops Cited by: 5. Sex discrimination in the selection of school district administrators.
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, National Institute of Education, Education and Work Group. (Author/LD) This guide outlines how school districts can identify sex discrimination against women teachers and women administrators in their employment practices.
It offers step-by-step instructions for collecting and analyzing data relevant to hiring patterns, promotional processes, salary, and Author: Roslyn D. Kane. A sample of superintendents in New York State participated in this study, which examined the presence of sex discrimination in the selection of secondary school principals.
The superintendents were asked to rate a hypothetical applicant resume that included credentials and a : Carl Bonuso, Charol Shakeshaft. Two sex discrimination cases recently decided by federal courts in Alabama serve as a warning to small school districts that they must adopt more formalized employment procedures and make certain that the administrators implement the policies faithfully, procedurally and in spirit.
(MLF)Author: John C. Walden. Educators need to be aware of sex discrimination in their schools and of the legislation that prohibits it, because it entails costs, liabilities, impact, and responsibilities for every educator.
The obvious and direct costs are attorney fees, awarded damages, and settlement costs. Other, less obvious costs are unfavorable publicity, erosion of a district's reputation, morale problems, and.
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While the overwhelming majority of unlawful sexual harassment is directed at women by men, the law equally protects men from sexual harassment by women, and same-sex sexual harassment. district level administrators responsible for curriculum and instruction in the school district.
Much attention in the study of administrator performance has been given to the role of the principal. Wimpelberg (), however, argues that "the study of the principalship is on the wane" (p.
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Work to decrease sex discrimination in the school district. This is done by providing technical assistance to other district personnel through program development and in-service training to eliminate sex discrimination and to promote gender equity.
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At this time, while gender discrimination is against the law, it is unclear whether or not discrimination based on gender identity is illegal.
However, several states have enacted their own laws to prohibit discrimination in schools based on gender identity or. The Accommodations Manual presents a five-step process for individualized educational program teams, plan committees, general and special education teachers, administrators, and district-level assessment staff to use in the selection, administration, and evaluation of the effectiveness of the use of instructional and assessment.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schmuck, Patricia A. Sex differentiation in public school administration. Arlington, Va.: National Council of Administrative Women in Education, © Last week, a school principal and security guard threatened a senior named Summer at Hickory Ridge High School in Harrisburg, North Carolina, with arrest for violating her school dress code because she was wearing a shirt that showed her collarbone and shoulders.
Defiant, she spoke out — protesting the discipline and refusing to budge until the principal called her mom —. Title IX of the United States Education Amendments of prohibits gender discrimination in the school setting, covering both public and private schools.
This statute is more than just an anti-discrimination law, however. It also protects students from sexual harassment and sexual violence. This is considered a civil rights violation. Education discrimination can be on the based on age, disability, gender, national origin, race, or religion.
Typically, the discriminatory action can be perpetrated by teachers, administrators, or by other students.On Mathe United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York and the Section moved to intervene in A.B.
v. Rhinebeck Central School District and Thomas Mawhinney, a sexual harassment case brought against the Rhinebeck Central School District and the former high school principal Thomas case was filed in the United States District Court for the.The School Board of Polk County, Florida, prohibits any and all forms of discrimination and harassment based on race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, sex, age, gender, marital status, disability, genetic information, or other basis prohibited by law in any of its programs, services, activities or employment practices.