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A Model for Gender Equitable Science Education
Unformatted Document Text:  National Cneter for Education Statistics. (2002). The nation’s report card: Science highlights 2000. Retrieved April 11, 2004 from http://nces.ed.gov/nationareportcard/pdf/main200/s002452.pdf . National Science Foundation (1990). Women and minorities in science and engineering (NSF 90-301). Washington, DC: Author. National Science Foundation. (2000). Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities, 2000. Retrieved April 22, 2004 from http://www.nsf.gov/sbe/srs/nsf00327/frames.htm . Nieto, S. (2003). Affirming diversity: The sociopolitical context of multicultural education. Boston: Allyn & Bacon. Northrup, D. (2003). Introducing equity in the classroom. [Electronic Version]. Women’s Educational Equity Resource Center Digest. Retrieved from www.edc.org. Richardson, G, Hammrich, H, & Livingston, B. (2003). Improving elementary school girls’ attitudes, perceptions, and achievement in science and mathematics: Hindsights and new visions of the sisters in science program as an equity reform model. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. (9) 333-348. Richmond, G., & Neureither, B. (1998). Making a case for cases. American Biology Teacher. 60(5), 335-342. Sanchez, K., Kellow, T., & Ye, R. (2000). A comparison of Stanford 9 (SAT-9) achievement performance across grade, gender, ethnicity, and educational program placement. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association Conference, New Orleans, LA. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED-451284). Sanders, Jo. (2002). Something is missing from teacher education: Attention to two genders. [Electronic Version]. Phi Delta Kappan. Retrieved from http://www.josanders.com/pdf/phidelta.pdf Stiles, L. (2002) Gender equity in the classroom and the effect of conscious inhibition of gender bias. (Lyon College). Retrieved April 11, 2002 from http://www.lyoncollege.edu/webdata/groups/scarf/stiles%202002.htm . Task Force on Women, Minorities, and Handicapped in Science and Technology. (1989). Changing America: The new face of science and engineering. Washington, DC: Author. Tharp, R. G., Estrada, P., Da;ton, S. S., & Yamauchi, L. (2000). Teaching transformed: Achieving excellence, fairness, inclusion, and harmony. Boulder: Westview Press. Tolley, K. (2003). The science education of American girls: A historical perspective. London: RoutledgeFalmer Schnorr, D., & Ware, H. W. (2001). Moving beyond a deficit model to describe and

Authors: Hammrich, Penny., Myers, Michelle., Ragins, Anika. and Dellera, Victoria.
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National Cneter for Education Statistics. (2002). The nation’s report card: Science
highlights 2000. Retrieved April 11, 2004 from
.
National Science Foundation (1990). Women and minorities in science and engineering
(NSF 90-301). Washington, DC: Author.
National Science Foundation. (2000). Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities,
2000
. Retrieved April 22, 2004 from
.
Nieto, S. (2003). Affirming diversity: The sociopolitical context of multicultural
education.
Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
Northrup, D. (2003). Introducing equity in the classroom. [Electronic Version]. Women’s
Educational Equity Resource Center Digest.
Retrieved from www.edc.org.
Richardson, G, Hammrich, H, & Livingston, B. (2003). Improving elementary school
girls’ attitudes, perceptions, and achievement in science and mathematics: Hindsights and new visions of
the sisters in science program as an equity reform model. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science
and Engineering.
(9) 333-348.
Richmond, G., & Neureither, B. (1998). Making a case for cases. American Biology
Teacher
. 60(5), 335-342.
Sanchez, K., Kellow, T., & Ye, R. (2000). A comparison of Stanford 9 (SAT-9)
achievement performance across grade, gender, ethnicity, and educational program placement.
Paper
presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association Conference, New
Orleans, LA. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED-451284).
Sanders, Jo. (2002). Something is missing from teacher education: Attention to two
genders. [Electronic Version]. Phi Delta Kappan. Retrieved from
http://www.josanders.com/pdf/phidelta.pdf
Stiles, L. (2002) Gender equity in the classroom and the effect of conscious inhibition of
gender bias. (Lyon College). Retrieved April 11, 2002 from
Task Force on Women, Minorities, and Handicapped in Science and Technology. (1989).
Changing America: The new face of science and engineering. Washington, DC:
Author.
Tharp, R. G., Estrada, P., Da;ton, S. S., & Yamauchi, L. (2000). Teaching transformed:
Achieving excellence, fairness, inclusion, and harmony.
Boulder: Westview Press.
Tolley, K. (2003). The science education of American girls: A historical perspective.
London: RoutledgeFalmer
Schnorr, D., & Ware, H. W. (2001). Moving beyond a deficit model to describe and


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