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Equity Coalition for Race, Gender, and National Origin, v4 n1 Spr 96

Although society is more aware of sexual harassment than it was in the past, the problem is not disappearing. Many school children are afraid to talk about it for fear of reprisal and humiliation. The articles in this issue focus on harassment and the schools in the following papers: (1) Harassment Revisited (Percy Bates); (2) Sexual Harassment: What We Have Learned (Eleanor Linn); (3) Racial Harassment in Education (Bob Croninger); (4) Racial/Ethnic Harassment: What the Research Reveals (Martha A. Adler); (5) Ethnic Harassment Is Hurtful and Illegal (Norma Barquet); (6) Checklist and Survey: Is Harassment a Problem in Your School? (Marta Larson); (7) On Preventing Harassment: Tips for Parents and Community Members (Marta Larson); (8) Complaint Investigation: The Basics (Marta Larson); (9) Successful Harassment Prevention Programs (Tasha Lebow); and (10) Recommended Resources for Abolishing Harrassment (annotated list of 32 resources) (Eleanor Linn and Ted Wilson). References follow the articles. (Contains one figure.) (SLD)

Descriptors: Community Involvement, Elementary Secondary Education, Equal Education, Ethnicity, Parent Participation, Prevention, Program Development, Racial Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Student Attitudes

Programs for Educational Opportunity, University of Michigan School of Education, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1259.





Author: Bates, Percy; And Others

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=10928&id=ED397209







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