Here they are: Subsequent reports for, and noted continually improving retention rates to Year 12 for both sexes, but a persistently higher one for girls which, at 82 per cent inwas ten per cent higher than the male rate. And there's nothing wrong with that. The Committee argued that schools reinforce gender stereotypes by using biased curriculum materials, not using materials presenting women in important social roles, failing to accommodate the needs of certain non-stereotypic families, under-valuing the skills of interpersonal relationships, and not appointing women to positions of high administrative responsibility in schools and school systems 8. Yates, for example, described how 'universalising' and patronising tendencies of reforming liberalism contributed to a failure to effectively address the educational needs and interests of working class and non-English-speaking girls One observer has commented that the National Policy set school systems the task of mainstreaming. How sweet.
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As he writes in Masculinities'In the context of the broad delegitimation of patriarchy, men's relational interests in the welfare of women and girls can displace the same men's gender-specific interests in supremacy' Priorities are now more thoughtfully targeted and less gender-specific; inattention to boys' needs has begun to be corrected and the development of a truly inclusive gender equity strategy is being contemplated. Curriculum Corporation, Januaryp. Gladstone worker suspended after questioning Shorten over his tax cuts The Gladstone Ports worker who asked the Opposition Leader about cuts for high-income earners on April 23 was reportedly suspended over the encounter. Endorsement of the National Policy provided an agreed framework for consolidating and developing action at the school, system, and national level, but the Commission recognised that implementation of the policy framework would ' Theatrical release poster. Existing education systems, the report argued, produced and reproduced undesirable, gender-based divisions in society manifest in, for example, a high degree of occupational segregation by sex; the report observed that in the OECD found Australia had the '