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On SAGE Insight: Helping and Hindering Undergraduate Women’s STEM Motivation: Experiences with STEM Encouragement, STEM-Related Gender Bias, and Sexual Harassment

From Psychology of Women Quarterly ‘#MeToo and other feminist social movements have highlighted the prevalence of sexual harassment and gender-biased treatment, as well as how damaging they can be. Sexual harassment includes unwelcome or inappropriate sexual advances, while gender bias … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Dangerous Education: The Occupational Hazards of Teaching Transgender

From Sociology On 16 March 2016 news broke in the UK of a transgender equalities initiative that was planned to take place in a primary school in East Sussex under the headship of Emma Maltby. The initiative gave rise to … Continue reading

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Refugee education in countries of first asylum

Article title: Refugee education in countries of first asylum: Breaking open the black box of pre-resettlement experiences From Theory and Research in Education The number of refugees who have fled across international borders due to conflict and persecution is at … Continue reading

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Loss and grief in young children

From: Young Exceptional Children Most of us faced with a grieving child are likely to feel quite helpless. At such a difficult time, there is limited research into how best to inform teachers and parents to support a child dealing with … Continue reading

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