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ERIC Number: ED220613
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1982-Jan
Pages: 42
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
"Breakthrough" 1981 Eight Months Later. A Summary of the Presentations, Recommendations, and Outcomes of the 1981 Breakthrough Conference, to Assist Minority Women and Men and Nonminority Women Achieve Leadership Positions in Wisconsin's Vocational, Technical, and Adult Education System.
Grengg, Dolores A., Ed.; Thompson, Mary B., Ed.
These proceedings consist of a summary of the presentations, recommendations, and outcomes of a conference held to assist minority women and men and nonminority women achieve leadership positions in Wisconsin's vocational, technical, and adult education (VTAE) system. Following a brief introduction and copy of the conference agenda, summaries are provided of the following presentations: "Knowledge is Power: Critical Information Every Aspiring Leader Should Know," by Dr. Frank Samuels; "Critical Administrative Skills--What Are They? How Do You Gain and Demonstrate Them?," by Elizabeth Rosandick; "Social/Role Dynamics of Leadership," by Eloise Anderson-Addison; "Identifying and Overcoming Barriers Created by Racism and Sexism," by Helen Barnhill; "Leadership Opportunities in VTAE," by Christine Nickel; and "Racial and Sexual Harassment," by Richard Harris, et al. Barriers to upward mobility in the VTAE system (in areas such as current job status, self-image, current skills, local affirmative action procedures, training opportunities, and hiring practices) are identified, and recommendations are made for removing these barriers by actions on the individual, district, and state levels. A tabulation of conference participant evaluations of the conference concludes the proceedings. (MN)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Wisconsin State Board of Vocational, Technical, and Adult Education, Madison.
Identifiers - Location: Wisconsin