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Mansell, Jamie; Moffit, Dani M.; Russ, Anne C.; Thorpe, Justin N. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2017
Context: Sexual harassment is a growing concern in higher education. Athletic training students should feel safe in their programs, whether in the didactic or clinical setting. Though the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education creates standards to keep the students safe, there are none regarding sexual harassment training for…
Descriptors: Sexual Harassment, Training, Athletics, Higher Education
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Fluhr, Stephanie A.; Choi, Namok; Herd, Ann; Woo, Hongryun; Alagaraja, Meera – High School Journal, 2017
The two main objectives of this study were to examine the relationship between high school student (9th-12th) gender and nontraditional career and technical education (CTE) course taking, and the combined effects of gender and program area on estimated future wage earnings for male and female CTE completers. A Midwestern state CTE database…
Descriptors: High School Students, Gender Differences, Career Education, Technical Education
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Kafonek, Katherine; Richards, Tara N. – Journal of School Violence, 2017
Although gender-based violence prevention programs at institutions of higher education (IHEs) are mandated by federal legislation, research focusing on the prevalence or content of programming is limited. The present exploratory research examines campus websites for a nationally representative sample of Title IX eligible IHEs that offer at least a…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Violence, Educational Environment, Prevention
Sabo, Don; Veliz, Philip; Staurowsky, Ellen J. – Women's Sports Foundation, 2016
This nationwide online survey, the largest of its kind to-date, was designed to generate facts and analysis of the workplace experiences and views of both female and male coaches of intercollegiate women's sports. This research is unique in that it is the first to assess male coaches of women's teams and make comparisons with female coaches. The…
Descriptors: Gender Bias, College Athletics, Womens Athletics, Athletes
Moore, Shemmicca M. B. – ProQuest LLC, 2015
The academic achievement gap between male and female students set in motion a flurry of initiatives to help address male underachievement. The amendments made to Title IX allowed single-gender education to become a viable option for addressing those gaps in achievement. After the adjustments made to Title IX, South Carolina led the nation in the…
Descriptors: Administrators, Teacher Attitudes, Single Sex Classes, Public Schools
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Hill, Grant M.; Hannon, James C.; Knowles, Curt – Physical Educator, 2012
Since Title IX was enacted in the United States in 1972, Physical Education (PE) classes have become coeducational. This may be because educational leaders interpret Title IX to require coeducational-only classes. Research, however, indicates that for some students, coeducation classes may not be the most appropriate learning environment. The…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Statistical Analysis, Physical Education Teachers, Team Sports
Dahl, Gabriel Grawe – ProQuest LLC, 2012
The purpose of this study was to investigate North Dakota's Normal Competitive Region (NDNCR) high school athletic administrators' perceptions of 2010 Title IX policy changes respective to their athletic programs. Quantitative and qualitative data were collected to investigate the perceptions. Quantitatively, perception data were gathered from a…
Descriptors: Athletics, Administrators, Federal Legislation, Educational Legislation
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Surface, Jeanne; Stader, David; Graca, Thomas; Lowe, Jerry – Journal of Inquiry and Action in Education, 2012
Educational leaders have a substantial degree of control over students and generally have a tremendous influence on the decisions that they make. District administrators are already involved in comprehensive efforts to stem sexual harassment, teen violence and bullying; therefore, they may be well positioned to identify and address the problem of…
Descriptors: Violence, Dating (Social), School Districts, Safety
McDonald, Scott C. – 1981
A study was undertaken to discover the impact of strategies devised by the California Coalition for Sex Equity (CCSE) on reducing sex bias in schools. The strategies (referred to as power-based strategies) were based on identifying key decision makers in school districts and enlisting their support in helping staff identify and reduce gender bias…
Descriptors: Administrators, Educational Assessment, Educational Needs, Educational Objectives
Huff, Millie – 1978
Designed to help vocational instructors recognize sexist and non-sexist behavior, this learning module includes a rationale, objectives, prerequisite tests for each of the four sections, and a posttest. Section I discusses male/female participation in the labor force, female/male enrollments in vocational education, and the relationship between…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Discriminatory Legislation, Educational Legislation, Employment Statistics