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How has the education of women changed?. Hannah Aliyetti. Pearl Arredondo. Gang member at a young age in LA Many teachers looked down on her Said she was a “lost cause” and had “problems with authority”. Pearl Arredondo. Graduated high school Attended college

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pearl arredondo
Pearl Arredondo
  • Gang member at a young age in LA
  • Many teachers looked down on her
    • Said she was a “lost cause” and had “problems with authority”
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Pearl Arredondo
  • Graduated high school
  • Attended college
  • Worked as a special ed assistant
  • Created her San Fernando Media School
colonial times
Colonial Times
  • Reading and writing
  • No further education for girls
  • Boys were allowed if there was space
1880 1930
1880 - 1930
  • Homemakers
    • Encouraged to take certain classes
      • Home economics
      • Sewing
      • Cookings
  • Commercial
    • Clerical work
    • Book keeping
    • Accounting
    • Etc.
1880 19301
1880 - 1930
  • Industrial education
    • Only taught at specialized schools
    • Could be taught to women
title ix what is it
Title IX – What is it?
  • Signed by Nixon in 1972
  • 40 year anniversary in 2012
  • Does not allow discrimination of gender in education and federally funded activities
what does it affect
What does it affect?
  • Athletic sports in high school
    • then <300,000
    • now >3 million
requirements for title ix
Requirements for Title IX
  • Opportunities for female students to participate
  • Scholarships for all (if they are allowed to men)
  • Equal treatment between genders
3 part test for compliance
3-part test for Compliance
  • Number of male and female athletes correspond to enrollment
  • History of program expansion for underrepresented gender
  • Accommodations for underrepresented gender
discussion
Discussion
  • Do you know of any friends or family (or yourself personally) that were directly affected by Title IX?
  • What do you think our society would be like if Title IX was not passed?
  • What are some other activities that Title IX may affect besides sports?
works cited
Works Cited
  • Arredondo, P. (May 2013). Pearl Arredondo: My story, from gangland daughter to star teacher. [Video file]. Retrieved from

http://www.ted.com/talks/pearl_arredondo_my_story_from_gangland_daughter_to_star_teacher.html

  • Buchanan, Maggie (Fall 2012). A brief history and look forward. Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law. 14(1):91-93.
  • Rury, J. (Spring 1984). Vocationalismfor home and work: women's education in the United States, 1880–1930. History of Education Quarterly 24(1): 37.
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TitleIX Turns 40: A Brief History and Look Forward.Authors:Buchanan, Maggie Jo Poertner

  • Buchanan, Maggie (Fall 2012). A brief history and look forward. Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law. 14(1):91-93.