RE: Educational brainstorming -Reply

Mon, 18 May 1998 09:16:21 -0500

I do not agree that women have less money motivation behaind their
career choices- That is a gross oversimplification based on an analysis
of old socialization patterns. If it were true that women want less money
for their labor, why have there been so many Title VII wage
discrimination suits across the country? Why the Equal Pay Act? Why
Title IX? Why the gender program requirements under the Voc Ed Act

In fact, after WW II, because of federal support, men were able to get
training as school administrators. School administrators have always made
more than teachers. Further, many school administrators
of old came up from teaching in secondary schools (which training was
part of the fed support program for vets) and from coaching.

Peggy Weeks

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