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Educational Equity Digest Friday, 9 August 1996 Volume 01 : Number 033

In this issue:

Re: application
Re: application
Re: In search of...
software for girls
cool web site
New Web Site - New England Comprehensive Center
[RA-Equity] Women Work!
Re: Fwd: Re: In search of...
re: in search of internet resources for girls
Share your best work in gender equity...

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From: Jay Strickland <j_strick@GSVMS2.CC.GASOU.EDU>
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 17:28:44 -0400
Subject: Re: application

Dear Miss S. Komna:

I forwarded your request to the College of Graduate Studies, Georgia
Southern University.

Best wishes with your educational endeavors.


W. Jay Strickland, Ph.D.
Sociology Graduate Coordinator

At 08:31 AM 7/23/96 GMT+2, you wrote:
>I am a first year student at Vista University in Port Elizabet. Will you
>please send me the application form to:
>Miss S. Komna
>Department of Computer Science
>Vista University
>Private Bag X613
>Port Elizabeth
>Thank you
W. Jay Strickland, Ph.D. Dept. of Sociology & Anthropology
Assistant Professor of Sociology Georgia Southern University
L.B. 8051
Statesboro, GA 30460-8051
voice: (912) 681-5443, 5723
fax: (912) 681-0703


From: Jay Strickland <j_strick@GSVMS2.CC.GASOU.EDU>
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 17:28:45 -0400
Subject: Re: application

Dear Mr. Lubbe:

Your request was forwarded to the College of Graduate Studies, Georgia
Southern University.

Best wishes with your academic endeavors.


W. Jay Strickland, Ph.D.
Sociology Graduate Coordinator

At 09:53 AM 7/23/96 GMT+2, you wrote:
>> I am a first year student at Vista University in Port Elizabet. Will you
>> please send me the application form to:
>What application form are you talking about?
>Sam Lubbe
>* Sam Lubbe 27(57)396 4112 *
>* Vista University fax 27(57)396 3331 *
>* P O Box 4587 *
>* Welkom 9460 *
>* South Africa *
>* e-mail: *
>* *
>* The way of the mystic and the way of the artist are related, *
>* except that the mystic doens't have the craft. (Erdman) *
W. Jay Strickland, Ph.D. Dept. of Sociology & Anthropology
Assistant Professor of Sociology Georgia Southern University
L.B. 8051
Statesboro, GA 30460-8051
voice: (912) 681-5443, 5723
fax: (912) 681-0703


From: (marcia braundy)
Date: Tue, 6 Aug 1996 20:55:31 -0700
Subject: Re: In search of...

Check out web site>

also (for Career and
Personal Plannning curriculum and other materials, They are both great
sites to do some surfing from. All British Columbia k-12 learning materials
are screened for gender, racial and other bias before it is allowed to be

Kootenay WITT, advocates for women in trades, technology, operations and
blue collar work will be up and running on a web site soon, and have a
number of excellent resources for young people, including Options Unlimited
- - A Role Modelling Program for Role Models & Teachers, and Tapping the
Community - Expanding Career Opportunities for Young Girls: A GETT Camp
Manual (Girls Exploring Trades and Technologies) Fax:604 226-7954.

>> 2. Career development materials/strategies, which are also
>> free of bias, for elementary and middle schools.
>Reading between the lines....
>Does that mean that you have some bais free career development
>materials for high schoolers or adults?
>If so, I'd sure be interested in hearing what you have found.
>Shawn MacDonald, Director of the Women's Center, Equity Coordinator
>Northland Community and Technical College, Thief River Falls, MN
Marcia Braundy
Advocate for Women in Trades, Technology, Operations and Blue Collar Work (WITT)


Date: Wed, 07 Aug 96 09:12:40 EST
Subject: software for girls

hello. I was very happy to discover your site today. I am trying to fing
software specifically designed for elementary and middle school girls. I
am also very interested in any resources you may have on technology
education. Once I collect enough resources I hope to evaluate and promote
them, as part og a graduate paper in education. Thanks for any info.
Eliza (

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Date: Thu, 08 Aug 96 10:33:42 EST
Subject: cool web site

Gaea Honeycutt

I found a very cool website last night that I wanted to share with
the group. I didn't remember seeing a reference to this site in any
recent e-mail, so I figured it might be new to many.

The site is at the University of Alabama and it is called 4000 Years
of Women in Science. It sounds like it is part of a National Women's
History Project. There is a lot of stuff there and I haven't even
scatched the surface with the amount that I've read, but so
far I really like the site. The URL is
part of the physics and astronomy homepage, I think.

Lauren Walter
EDS / North American Truck Platforms, General Motors

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From: (Suzanne Brendle)
Date: Thu, 8 Aug 1996 13:29:00 -0400
Subject: New Web Site - New England Comprehensive Center

The New England Comprehensive Assistance Center at EDC, Inc. is happy to
announcing its World Wide Web site at:

The New England Comprehensive Assistance Center, housed at Education Development
Center, Inc. and funded by the U.S. Department of Education, provides technical
assistance in implementing school reform programs that improve teaching and
learning for all students; coordinating local, state, and federal programs in
ways that contribute to improving schools and school systems; and adopting
promising and proven practices for improving learning and teaching.

The site includes:

Information about the New England Comprehensive Assistance Center and our
How to contact our staff members
Information about other Comprehensive Centers
How to contact our State Liaisons
Information and resources for the Region I states
Upcoming events
On-line resources available for downloading
Extensive links to other web sites on many areas of interest, including
Title I, Violence Prevention and Educational Technology

It is accessible to persons with disabilities, different hardware and various
software. It is being updated constantly, please check back often!

Coming Soon:

Search function that will search the NECAC site only
Technical Assistance Request Form that you can complete on-line and e-mail
directly to us
Newsgroups for the Deputy Commissioners and other groups or subjects as
requested, such as Title I or the State Liaisons
Access to EDC project and library databases
A special "Spotlight" feature: an area concentrating around a topic
including guest moderators, on-line surveys and more

Your feedback is welcome!


Date: Thu, 08 Aug 96 12:40:27 EST
Subject: [RA-Equity] Women Work!

1996 Publications and Resource Catalog from WOMEN WORK! (The National
Network for Women's Employment)

The "1996 Publications and Resource Catalog" contains 16 resources
"designed to make your job easier!" A statement on the introductory page
explains the purpose of the publications:
"Women Work! publications and resources are all designed to make your job
easier. From solid strategies you can use to run a better program to
explanations of legislation in simple, easy-to-understand language, Women
Work! creates user-friendly resources no workforce development
professional should be without. You'll find 16 publications and
resources inside you need to tackle the challenges you face everyday,
plus much more..."

Resources included are:
Expanding Your Expertise: Tools For Building Your Program
On the Rights Track: An Empowerment and Workplace Rights Curriculum
Superstores, Schools and Sewers: A Curriculum for Understanding How Your
Local Economy Works
New Economic Pathways for Women: An Advocate's Guide to the
School-to-Work Opportunities Act.
Satisfaction Guaranteed: Customers Speak Out on Displaced Homemaker and
Single Parent Services
Overcoming Obstacles, Winning Jobs: Tools to Prepare Displaced
Homemakers for Paid Employment
A Guide to Non-Traditional Occupations for Mid-Life and Older Women
Women Work, Poverty Persists: A Status Report on Displaced Homemakers
and Single Mothers in the United States
ISTEA on Tap: An Advocate's Guide to Accessing Highway and Construction
Money for Non-Traditional Job Training
Success Over Forth: Strategies for Serving Older Displaced Homemakers
Women Work! Program Directory 1996
State Displaced Homemaker Legislation Update
Partners in Change Video
Transition to Triumph Collection (posters)
How to Get the Numbers to Prove Your Program Works: The Women Work!
Management Information System (MIS)
Women Work! Newsletter
Women Work! Resource Fact Sheet Package

To request this catalog contact Women Work! The National Network for
Women's Employment, 1625 K St., Suite 300, Washington, DC 20006 or call
(202) 467-6346.

Please remember that ra-equity CANNOT send you this catalog, so contact
Women Work! is you want this resource.

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From: Irwin Sandler <>
Date: Thu, 08 Aug 1996 18:57:55 -0600
Subject: Re: Fwd: Re: In search of...

check out:
for resources for girls


From: Irwin Sandler <>
Date: Thu, 08 Aug 1996 21:11:26 -0600
Subject: re: in search of internet resources for girls

check out:
for resources for girls
This message is from anne
I am using my husband's email account.


Date: Fri, 09 Aug 96 12:22:09 EST
Subject: Share your best work in gender equity...

An Invitation to Share Your Best Work!

Gender Equity in Education

Have you developed programs and projects that support gender equity in
Have you ever wished you could share your innovative ideas with other educators
throughout the nation? Have you ever wanted the opportunity to ask others how
they teach a particular course, develop and implement policy, or provide
professional development in ways that support the learning of girls and boys?
Have you looked for materials that will help you make sure your classes or
programs are gender equitable and been unable to determine whether the materials
you find actually worked?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you can support and receive
help from the National Expert Panel on Gender Equity. You may also receive
national recognition for your work.

What is the National Gender Equity Expert Panel?
OERI in the US Department of Education is pilot testing an expert panel on
gender equity to help the Secretary of Education designate promising and
exemplary products, programs, and practices that focus on promoting gender
equity. The panel is facilitated by the WEEA Equity Resource Center, located at
Education Development Center Inc. (EDC). In this pilot test the Expert Panel
will form six subpanels:

¨ core gender equity
¨ school-to-work/vocational education
¨ teacher professional development
¨ combating violence/sexual harassment
¨ disabilities
¨ mathematics/science/technology

To continually improve education in the United States, we need to find ways that
work to promote the academic achievement of all students─paying particular
attention to gender equity. The main purpose of the Gender Equity Expert Panel
is to provide educators with a central source through which they can locate
policy, practice, and instructional materials they need for gender fair
education. The expert panel will collect, review, and recommend promising and
exemplary products. EDC, in collaboration with the Department of Education,
will disseminate information about these materials that show "what works" to
teachers and administrators nationally.

How Can You Contribute to the Gender Equity Expert Panel?
We welcome your recommendations and submissions. The expert panel will focus
primarily on programs and products that have immediate application to increasing
gender equity in schools, colleges and universities, and community
organizations. These will include: curriculum, program models, implementation
models, textbooks, and similar materials that can be used directly by educators
and administrators. Other teachers will have the opportunity to benefit from
your original materials. You will also have the opportunity to access a
collection of resources through the WEEA Equity Resource Center.

What Are the Procedures for Submitting Materials?
Submissions to the Gender Equity Expert Panel need to be submitted with the
guidelines and program information. These guidelines can be obtained from the
WEEA Equity Resource Center world wide web site or by contacting the center.
Send your submission with four copies of your materials to the Center. They
will forwarded to the appropriate subpanel chair for the review process. As
part of the review, the subpanel may contact you for further information or
clarification and you will be informed of the final recommendations. Those
materials recommended as exemplary or promising will be listed on the web site
and in a series of documents. If your products are selected, you will also
receive a formal acknowledgment that can be used to promote your work.

Types of Materials
Materials can be print or non-print items, including multimedia formats such as
software, videos, or audiotapes. (If you are submitting non-print items, you
can send fewer copies.)

Impact Information
We would like you to include examples to show the impact/success of your
program. This could be a formal evaluation or longitudinal study. Or it could
be other indicators such as participant evaluations, reviews in local media, or
indications of shifts in thinking or behaviors.

Original Materials
We are looking for original materials. If you have adapted earlier materials or
programs developed by others, please indicate this in your descriptions,
including descriptions of how you changed the approach or materials.

We look forward to your submissions!

For further information or to submit your programs contact either of the

Joe Maxwell, Sr. Researcher
WEEA Equity Resource Center
Education Development Center, Inc.
55 Chapel St.
Newton, MA 02158
phone: 617-969-7100
Fax: 617-332-4318
Web site:

Susan Klein, OERI, 202-219-2038, fax 202-219-1407 or


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