"We know that issues related to race/ethnicity, gender, and physical disability have an impact on educational opportunity and participation. While we've made progress addressing these issues, with that progress has come new and different problems. Yesterday's assumptions and solutions have moved us to where we are today. However, if we adhere unquestioningly to yesterday's assumptions and solutions, they will become tomorrow's problems."For the past 35 years Dr. Patricia B. Campbell of Campbell-Kibler Associates has been doing research and evaluation to increase gender and race equity in math, science and technology education. Results of her work can be found in the following "user friendly" reports, brochures and pamphlets.
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- Taking Stock: Focusing on where weve been, where we are, and where were going, the authors examine white and minority women s progress in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology (SMET) over the past decade. Beatriz Chu Clewell and Patricia B.Campbell. (Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering,vol.8,pp.255 284,2002, Reprinted with permission.) (.pdf)
- Girls Are... Boys Are... : Myths, Stereotypes & Gender Differences. Patricia B. Campbell and Jennifer N. Storo. (.pdf)
- "Its Not A School Where You Should Go If You Dont Want To Learn": Philadelphia Students Talk About Their Elementary Schools; Lesley K. Perlman and Patricia B. Campbell.
- The Gender Wars in Education; Susan McGee Bailey and Patricia B. Campbell.
- No Virginia, There Is No Math Gene; Patricia B. Campbell.
- Making It Happen:Pizza Parties, Chemistry Goddesses & Other Strategies that Work for Girls and Others; Patricia B. Campbell and Jennifer N. Storo. (.pdf)
- Whose Responsibility Is It?Making Coeducation Work in Math & Science: The Administrator's Role; Patricia B. Campbell and Jennifer N. Storo. (.pdf)
- Why Me? Why My Classroom?The Need for Equity in Coed Math and Science Classes; Patricia B. Campbell and Jennifer N. Storo. (.pdf)
Women in Information Technology:
- What brings workers to Information Technology and why do they stay?; Patricia B. Campbell and Lesley K. Perlman (Word).
- The social context of IT employment and the feelings, attitudes and opinions of IT professionals; Paula Leventman and Meghan Finley (Word).
- Sticking with My Dreams: Defining and Refining Youth Media in the 21ST Century; Appendix: An Annotated List of Programs; Patricia B. Campbell, Lesli Hoey and Lesley K. Perlman. (This material also available in Adobe pdf format: Sticking with My Dreams; Appendix ).
- Going Web-Based? Helping School Administrators Make Informed Choices About Web-Based Courses; Patricia B. Campbell, Lesley K. Perlman, Earl N. Hadley. (.pdf)
- Dealing With Educational Inequities: Are Web-Based Courses An Answer?; Patricia B. Campbell, Lesley K. Perlman, Earl N. Hadley. (.pdf)
- Are Web-Based Courses Right For My Child?; Patricia B. Campbell, Lesley K. Perlman, Earl N. Hadley.(.pdf)
- Teachers, Students and CLASS: Some Voices From the Field; Lesley K Perlman and Patricia B Campbell. (.doc -- a microsoft word document)
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