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Crocco, Margaret Smith – Social Education, 1997
Maintains that although women's history has made great strides in the university environment, it remains peripheral in elementary and secondary education. Suggests feasible strategies to incorporate this subject into the curriculum. Includes Peggy McIntosh's "Five Phases of Curricular Re-Vision with Regards to Gender 1983." (MJP)
Descriptors: Consciousness Raising, Curriculum Development, Educational Innovation, Educational Trends
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Crocco, Margaret Smith – Social Education, 1995
Provides a chronological overview of the struggle for women's suffrage in the United States. Describes the role of individual women and women's organizations in the struggle. Includes primary sources, teacher resources, and a political cartoon. (CFR)
Descriptors: Citizen Participation, Constitutional History, Elementary Secondary Education, Females
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Crocco, Margaret Smith; Brooks, Della Barr – Social Education, 1995
Maintains that, although many suffrage supporters anticipated a new political age after passage of the 19th Amendment, women have begun to realize their electoral potential only in recent years. Describes the role of women in politics and political opinion from the 1920s to the present. (CFR)
Descriptors: Citizen Participation, Constitutional History, Elementary Secondary Education, Females
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Crocco, Margaret Smith – Social Education, 1995
Provides a bibliography on women's history related to the struggle for women's voting rights and the 19th Amendment. Includes 39 books and 8 videotapes. (CFR)
Descriptors: Books, Citizen Participation, Constitutional History, Elementary Secondary Education
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Crocco, Margaret Smith – Social Education, 1995
Maintains that the inclusion of scholarship about women's history has not proceeded as vigorously in secondary schools as in colleges. Asserts that resources to incorporate women's history into high school curriculum are widely available. Identifies books by Anzia Yezierska and Charlotte Perkins Gilman. (CFR)
Descriptors: Content Area Reading, Curriculum Development, Females, History Instruction