Authors

Carol Ahlum

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Fall 1972

Abstract

Some 50 high school teachers have been teaching feminist courses, a good majority of which are either social studies or English courses. The others include a family living course; a course called "Prejudice"; a seminar entitled "Our Bodies, Our Selves" taught at a private girls' school; a summer program for third world high school women in Springfield, Massachusetts; and a discussion for women students at an urban street school. Most courses are meant for male and female students although in many there are few males. Some have been designed specifically for women students and we know of one called "Male Experience," taught by a group of male teachers at the Experimental High School in Baltimore, Maryland.

 
 

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