Education and Women's Work book. This book examines the transformations in women's work and education and assesses their effects on women from different social and cultural backgrounds.
Education and Women's Work book.
Chapter 4 describes women and the high school culture during 1890-1930 and shows that a strong vocational impulse shaped secondary education, that most changes were concerned with meeting local labor force demands, and that for the first time a distinctive "female" curriculum emerged. The final chapter compares developments in specific cities and describes how local economy and demand shaped educational policy and participation. Includes a statistical appendix on teenage school attendance in the late 19th century, notes for each chapter, and an index.
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This book examines the transformations in women's work and education and assesses their effects on women from different social and cultural backgrounds. ISBN13:9780791406175. Release Date:August 1991.
Education and Women's Work: Female Schooling and the Division of Labor in Urban America, 1870–1930. 5 superintendent and the members of the school board that she served. SUNY Series on Women and Work. Albany: State University of New York Press. Brunner and Grogan (2007) identified the two main school board related causes for women leaving the superintendency: 13% of women cited school board elections and 10% cited school board conflict. Reference: What Have We Learned from the Departures of Female Superintendents? Retaining Women in the Superintendency: The Location Matters.
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