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Title Broadside, Vol. 6, No. 7, July 1975
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date July 1975
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  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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Transcript EDUCATION TASK FORCE We have been told by many sources, including the Texas Education Agency, that the same people who opposed the ERA in Texas will concentrate on textbooks this summer. Although violence occurred in West Virginia on this issue, it is hoped that the Texas textbook adoption process, which allows input from all citizens, will keep a similar situation from developing here. Only a small number of textbooks have been chosen for review by the State Board of Education, including elementary spelling and mathematics, social studies in Spanish, and systems in Spanish. The books will be available for review by our members early in July, with the bills of particulars due on August 2. We must make clear in our reviews that we feel all people should have the freedom to choose various lifestyles. Textbooks should portray mothers as worthwhile, intelligent people. Girls should be presented with role models engaged in careers other than princess, witch, or teacher. If you would like to review textbooks or to offer your service as a typist for bills of particulars, please call me at 666-8556 or at 524-5743. By the time you read this the Title IX regulations will have been either approved or rejected by congress. If they are approved they will become effective immediately (except for some PE regulations). Houston Area NOW will examine HTSD for compliance and our methods for doing so will be discussed at our task force meeting July 8, 7:30 PM at the Women's Center. Come and join us. Kay Whyburn CHILD CARE TASK FORCE This past legislative session finally saw the passage of a new child care licensing bill (SB 965—Chet Brooks). According to Jean Harmon, co-author of the bill and director of University of Houston day care center, the original version of SB 965 was watered down somewhat, but it does provide for regulations in child care licensing which were never before required or enforced. The more important provisions of this bill include the following: —A Division of Licensing will be created within the State Department of Public Welfare with administrative offices in Austin. —All child care facilities must renew their licenses once every two years. 5