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Contains the keyword Sex discrimination in higher education--United States

Martin JL. Women as leaders in education : succeeding despite inequity. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Praeger; 2011. Abstract

This book "delves into feminist women's leadership in education from kindergarten to graduate school. This two-volume work assesses the historical and current political landscape with regard to women hitting a 'glass ceiling,' issues of social justice, and the unique challenges women face in educational leadership as well as the new field of teacher leadership."

National Research Council Committee on Gender Differences.... Gender differences at critical transitions in the careers of science, engineering, and mathematics faculty. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press; 2010.

"This book discusses the status of female faculty at top universities, clarifies whether male and female faculty have similar opportunities to advance and succeed in academia, challenges some commonly held views, and poses several questions still in need of answers."

Winkle-Wagner R. The unchosen me : race, gender, and identity among black women in college. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press; 2009. Abstract

"Racial and gender inequities persist among college students, despite ongoing efforts to combat them. Students of color face alienation, stereotyping, low expectations, and lingering racism even as they actively engage in the academic and social worlds of college life. The Unchosen Me examines the experiences of African American collegiate women and the identity-related pressures they encounter both on and off campus. Rachelle Winkle-Wagner finds that the predominantly white college environment often denies African American students the chance to determine their own sense of self. Even the very programs and policies developed to promote racial equality may effectively impose "unchosen" identities on underrepresented students. She offers clear evidence of this interactive process, showing how race, gender, and identity are created through interactions among one's self, others, and society. "