Girls, Boys, and Schooling: Sex Equity and Excellence

Sadker, Myra; Sadker, David
April 1984
Education Week;4/4/1984, Vol. 3 Issue 28, p10
The article presents an interview with couple David Sadker, education director, and Myra Sadker, university dean, regarding their views on sex equity in education. Sex equity in education as define by David is treating students according to their individual needs in school rather than noneducational needs such as race and sex. Myra added that sex equity is a means where sex bias do not interfere with the best possible education available to the student.


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