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Playing Cowboys And Indians, B. Glenn George Oct 2006

Playing Cowboys And Indians, B. Glenn George

Faculty Publications

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Constitutional Lessons For The Next Generation Of Public Single-Sex Elementary And Secondary Schools, Kimberly J. Jenkins Apr 2006

Constitutional Lessons For The Next Generation Of Public Single-Sex Elementary And Secondary Schools, Kimberly J. Jenkins

William & Mary Law Review

Single-sex public elementary and secondary schools are making a comeback. School districts are structuring these schools in a variety of ways, including by providing a single-sex public school for only one sex or by offering single-sex schools for both sexes. These disparate structures of single-sex schools create distinct potential harms, risks, and benefits for students. This Article contends that the constitutional framework applied to single-sex schools should be systematically modified to recognize the different potential harms, risks, and benefits of these single-sex schools in a manner that will create optimal conditions for creating single-sex public schools. The proposed modifications address ...


Private Choices, Public Consequences: Public Education Reform And Feminist Legal Theory, Verna L. Williams Apr 2006

Private Choices, Public Consequences: Public Education Reform And Feminist Legal Theory, Verna L. Williams

William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice

No abstract provided.


Is Whistleblowing Protection Available Under Title Ix?: An Hermeneutical Divide And The Role Of Courts, John A. Gray Apr 2006

Is Whistleblowing Protection Available Under Title Ix?: An Hermeneutical Divide And The Role Of Courts, John A. Gray

William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice

No abstract provided.