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Jean Ruddock explores how secondary schools have tried to build concern for gender equality into whole-school structures and practices. Taking such a step requires strength of commitment and purpose. Gender equality, when raised as a whole-school issue, often proves to be controversial and divisive. The book reflects the experience of a number of comprehensive schools which were moving towards a whole-school policy for gender. The schools all serve urban communities of moderate to more severe social and economic disadvantage.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -135) and indexes.