Scientific education of girls: education beyond reproach?

The fact that comparatively few women pursue scientific careers has led UNESCO to begin a project entitled "Women, Science and Technology", intended to promote women's participation in economic life. This text has developed from this project and aims to draw secondary educators' and teacher trainers' attention to elements of discrimination in the teaching of mathematics and sciences.

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Author(s)Renee Clair
Age11-14, 14-16
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Shelf referenceA 507.12082 CLA
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