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    The rebirth of the women's movement in the late 1960s has stimulated a critical reexamination of the role and treatment of women within the institutional structures of the United States. This reexamination has led to research documenting the complex and pervasive nature of sex stereotypes and discrimination in our society. Research on schooling, moreover, has revealed the extent of sexism in such areas as curriculum, access to extracurricular activities, and employment patterns.

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    Summer 1978 Issue

    Abstracts

    Perspectives on the Follow Through Evalution
    No Simple Answer
    Critique of the Follow Through Evaluation
    Ernest R. House, Gene V Glass, Leslie D. McLean, Decker F. Walker
    Pardon Us, But What Was the Question Again?
    A Response to the Critique of the Follow Through Evaluation
    Richard B. Anderson, Robert G. St. Pierre, Elizabeth C. Proper, Linda B. Stebbins
    Follow Through Redux
    A Response to the Critique by House, Glass, McLean, and Walker
    Carl E. Wisler, Gerald P. Burns, Jr., David Iwamoto
    The Worth of the Follow Through Experience
    Walter L. Hodges
    Understanding the Equity Consequences of School-Finance Reform
    Lee S. Friedman, Michael Wiseman
    Individualism, Collectivism, and Radical Educational Reform
    Elizabeth Cagan
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