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Publications: Equity/Bias in Primary and Secondary Education

  1. L.M. Bowman,  Hooking Girls on Math and Science Computing [online] http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/news  (August 1999)
  2. A. Bunce, Educators urge parents to bolster girls’ interest in math and science, Christian Science Monitor, 1995, Sept. 13, (1995) 15.
    (abstract)
  3. C. Djerassi, Cantor's Dilemma, Penguin reprint edition (Feb. 1991) .
  4. E. Fennema, Justice, equity, and mathematics education, in Mathematics and Gender, E. Fennema and G. C. Leder, Eds. Teachers College Press, New York (1990), 1-9.
  5. E. Fennema, Teacher’s beliefs and gender differences in mathematics, in Mathematics and Gender, E. Fennema and G. C. Leder, Eds., Teachers College Press, New York (1990), 169-187.
  6. E. Fennema and G. C. Leder, Mathematics and Gender, Teachers College Press, New York (1990).
  7. E. Goodman, It’s ‘brilliant boys’ but ‘good girls’, The Register-Guard, 94/2/25 (1994).
  8. K. S. Karp, The Math Club for Girls and Other Problem Solvers, Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School 5 426-432 (2000)
  9. P. Kloosterman, Attributions, performance following failure, and motivation in mathematics, in Mathematics and Gender, E. Fennema and G. C. Leder, Eds. Teachers College Press, New York (1990), 96-127.
  10. M. S. Koehler, Classrooms, teachers, and gender differences in mathematics, in Mathematics and Gender, E. Fennema and G. C. Leder, Eds. Teachers College Press, New York (1990), 128-148.
  11. G. Lappan, L. H. Reyes, and G. M. A. Stanic, Gender and race equity in primary and middle school mathematics classrooms, Arithmetic Teacher 35 no. 8 (1988), 46-48. (abstract)
  12. G. C. Leder, Gender and classroom practice, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 1-8.
  13. G. C. Leder, Teacher/student interactions in the mathematics classroom: A different perspective, in Mathematics and Gender, E. Fennema and G. Leder, Eds. Teachers College Press, New York (1990), 149-168.
  14. M. Murray, Mathematically rich, equitable game software. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School 5, 180-186 (1999).
  15. R. S. Nichols and V. R. Kurtz, Gender and mathematics contests, Arithmetic Teacher 41 no. 5 (1994), 238-239.
  16. L.S. Rebhorn, High-stakes testing: Barriers to gifted girls in mathematics and science? School Science and Mathematics, 99, 313-319 (1999).
  17. C. Riordan, Girls and Boys in School: Together or Separate?, Teachers College Press .
  18. M. Rodgers, Mathematics: Pleasure or pain?, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 29-37.
  19. J.S. Sanders, Close the gap for girls in math-related careers, The Education Digest 65, 47-49 (1999).
  20. M. Steinback and J. Gwizdala, Gender differences in mathematics attitudes of secondary students, School Science and Mathematics 95 no. 1 (1995), 36-41.
  21. H. Verhage, Curriculum development and gender, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 60-71.
  22. C. A. Wiles, Investigating gender bias in the evaluation of middle school teachers of mathematics, School Science and Mathematics 92 no. 6 (1992), 294-297.
  23. L. R. Wolf, Don't segregate girls, USA TODAY, 1996, Apr 25, (1996) Sec A, p 12 col 1.