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Date March 1982
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Transcript continued from page 8 12. Women's studies courses have proliferated on campus in the last 10 years. Over 1,400 departments or schools of education prepare students for careers as teachers, school counselors, and educational administrators. Of the 5,000 women's studies courses offered in schools or departments of education? a. 700 b. 315 c 184 d. 1000 e. 4000 13. Women earned only 1/4 of the doctorates awarded in schools of education in 1972-73. What % of them was earned in educational administration? a. 93% b. 10% c. 47% 14. Women comprised 66% of elementary and secondary teachers in 1974. What % of them were school principals? a. 75% b. 50% c. 15% 15. A direct correlation between the number of women faculty and the number of women students who subsequently became career achievers has been established. What % of the faculty in schools of educational administration are women? a. 51.3% b. 23% 10% d. 2% 16. How many references to the need for attention to sex-role socialization and sex discrimination in education programs are made in the 1975 Proposed Revisions of Standards of Accreditation of Teacher Education? 46 b. 17 c. 10 d. none 17. The word "sex" was added to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 because a. A Southern Congressman thought it would help defeat the bill. b. Pressure from feminist groups made it necessary. c. The country wanted to make up for past injustices. QUIZ SOURCE: "Comment on Research/Action About Wo/men" Volume 1C, Number 1 April 1977 Washington D.C. issue published in cooperation with US DHEW by American Council on Education Office of Women in Higher Education 1 Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C. 20036 QUIZ ANSWERS: 1. a. 10% 10. c. 9 days 2. a. fell 1% 11. a. gap is wider 3. c. 154 12. c. 184 4. c. 13% 13. b. 10% 5. b. over 50% 14. c. 15% 6. a. 4 of 5 15. d. 2% 7. c. males 9 times 16. d. none better prepared 17. A Southern Congressman 8. b. males talk Z/3 thought it would help of the time defeat the bil1. 9. c. 20% less continued from page 8 March 7 - 13 NATIONAL WOMEN'S HISTORY WEEK Sunday, March 7 - noon - 6:00pm Women's History Week Rally, Hermann Park. Call 522-6673 for information. Monday, March 8-7:30 (sharp) Women's Health Group topic is Sexuality Houston Area Women's Center 4 Chelsea Blvd. 528-6798 (one time only donation of $5) Tuesday, March 16 - Gayle Marie Concert - Fitzgerald's Tuesday, March 23 - 7:30pm - NOW at UH PROGRAM MEETING ON ACADEMIC STATUS OF WOMEN - Castellan Room, UC Wednesday, March 24 - 7:30pm - Houston Council of NOW chapters - UC - check for meeting room on announcement board. Saturday, March 27 - 9:00am to ? - NOW at UH Newsletter writing, typing, paste-up, etc. Call 741-4009 for information. March 29-April 2 - Women's Week at UH-ClearLake Campus Wednesday, March 31 7:30 - Newsletter Collating & mailing session + "NOW Policy on Pornography" discussion - call Jeanne Sommerfeld for location. Wednesday, April 4, 7:30 - NOW at UH Business meeting, Judicial Room, 2nd floor UC REPORT FROM MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR This month marks the anniversary of our first chapter meeting. We are proud that we NOW have 68 dues paid members and a full year's action and consciousness raising to our credit. But we need more -- more members, more actions, more consciousness raising. What can you do? Become a "membership committee" of one. Members receive an updated membership list every month. This month we have printed our "potentials" list on the back - people who in one way or antoher have shown interest in joining our chapter - people we have been sending the newsletter to. Our fond hope is that members will use this list to recruit at least one new member. Look it over for people you know who may need just that little extra - a personal invitation - to join up. And don't forget to ask your instructors, friends on the staff and other students to join. NOW is an equal opportunity "employer"! As you can see from the stories in this newsletter, the Cougar and the establishment media, there is a lot of work to be done. OOPS For a variety of reasons (list on request) we have missed out on an important date -- beginning the election process for secretary, Membership, Public Affairs and Community Group Liason. Our Operating ■Rules state that these elections for these offices should have been held during the thrid week after the beginning of the Spring Term. We need a Nomination/Elections Committee to carry out this work. Please call RossAnn Daumas for further information, or come to the next Business Meeting, Wednesday, March 3, in the Judicial Room, 2nd fi, uc