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GEA - Gender and Education Association
Changing the Future | Educating about Gender
The Official Launch: March 2002
GEA Interim Conferences
Gender and Education Journal Editors
GELS in Action; Sylvia Young Theatre School
GELS in Action: A Case Study from Cardiff, Wales
GELS in Action: Black Girls Club
GELS in Action: DHSB
GELS in Action: Feminism Society at Blackheath High School
GELS in Action: Highgate Wood School
Gender and Education Association Biennial Interim Conference 2016
Legislation and Policy
Countries qualified for reduced fees
Disabilities and Special Needs
Promoting gender equality in schools
Single-sex and co-educational schooling
Working With Boys
Working With Girls in Schools
Working With Girls in Youth Work
Life skills and Pastoral Care
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Guest Post: Sexism in Education
Moving Forward: Identities, Sexting, Schooled Bodies, and the Curriculum that Frames us
How Attractive is a Career in Academia?
Event; Compulsory Coupledom, Postfeminist Education and Imagined Futures
The Challenges of Doing Feminist Research: Reflecting on the Feminist Research Methodologies Conference
How much testing is too much? Is the 2% solution too strong, too weak or just wrong?
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