Education Essay | Women in American Education

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Women in American Education

Summary: The advancements in the role of women in education throughout American history, from the 17th century to the Title IX act of 1972.
A proper education is the foundation for any successful life. Education provides the knowledge needed to succeed in life and this knowledge equals power. This power helps an individual to achieve the goals he or she has set out to attain. Although throughout history the power obtained from a good education has been reserved to a select few. Historically these few have been the people of power and privilege which have been predominantly the white males. In the case of the United States, the educated elite were white males. Though the Constitution states that "all men are created equal" a segregated educational platform was implanted and perpetuated for many years in American society. Also the document only states that "men" are equal, which does not include the opposite sex in its guidelines. The purpose of this paper is to depict how women have been discriminated against...

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