Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Summer 1973

Abstract

Can a high school student make a real impact in the struggle against sexism in education? Naomi Slifkin, a high school student in Chapel Hill, N.C., is receiving special high school credits for teaching in an open elementary school classroom at Estes Hill Elementary School for two hours every morning. She has been actively involved in the women's movement for several years, and when she began helping in the teaching program in the elementary school, she grew angry about the sexism she found in the children's readers.

 
 

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