Academic journal article Journal of Intercultural Disciplines

Letter from the Editor

Academic journal article Journal of Intercultural Disciplines

Letter from the Editor

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Long ago and far away I wrote a monograph with a group of students entitled: "Once upon a Time There Were Women Too: Women of the Millennium." The work was in response to a list published of famous people of the 20th Century. The list contained very few women of significant importance. Our monograph was a simple compellation of women who did not make the glossy pages of history textbooks. Writing about women with a group of women was fun. It was also testimony to the power of Title IX, which occurred late in the century.

Inspired by the 50th Anniversary of Title IX, this edition of the Journal of Intercultural Disciplines celebrates women in different ways. "Compliance with Title IX Among Historically Black Colleges and Universities 2003 and 2010" examines the gender proportionality gap at HBCUs. A strong overview of women's colleges is discussed in "Rise and Resilience of Women's Colleges" with careful consideration being given to the academic core. "Diversity and Inquiry in K-12 Physical Science Teaching: Defying the Female Hispanic Stereotype Threat" focuses on underrepresented groups in the field of science and math. …

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