A Brief History of Gay Athletes -- a timeline of when some 20th century gay athletes came out -- includes information about their accomplishments and contributions. Out Athletes -- brief bios of many gay athletes who are public about their sexual orientation. Exploring the Poetry of Walt Whitman -- a great lesson plan for high school English teachers that includes a discussion on homosexual icons and undertones in literature. Read Around- Sexual Orientation -- this website educates teens on the oppression of homosexuals and to demonstrate how hurtful anti-gay slurs can really be.
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These include: (7) "Standards in American Educational History" (Diane Ravitch); (8) "Reinventing Schooling: Utopian Impulses and Historical Scoreboard" (David Tyack); and (9) "A History of the Choice Debate in American Education" (Paul Peterson).
Reports on mathematics education--"Everybody Counts"--and science education--"Science for All Americans"--represented state-of-the-art thinking in these fields. Gay-Straight Alliances: Ground Zero for School Tolerance-- an article from Education World examining the controversy surrounding GSAs.
This article looks at the controversy, necessity, legal protections and benefits of GSAs. There are so many issues surrounding charter schools that in October , leaders of the NAACP, the oldest civil rights organization in the United States, bucked intense pressure from charter.
high school dropouts and college graduates, 14 points; and ; union members and nonmembers, 18 points. Only age, of the major social categories, did not show significant differences between groups.  In the United States was not united.
Pearl Harbor, Attack on ().The Japanese surprise attack on the U.S. Navy's base at Pearl Harbor and on Oahu in the Hawaiian Islands on Sunday morning, 7 December , destroyed much of the American Pacific Fleet and brought the United States into World War II.