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The Women's Movement in Canadian and Australian Education: From liberation and sexism to boys and social justice
Gender and Education
This paper provides a comparative analysis of the ways in which the women's movement was able to effect change in educational policy and practice in Australia and Canada between 1970 and 2000, drawing on interviews and document analysis in both countries. While the movement in both countries drew on similar international texts and conversations, it had more sustained state support in education in Australia. Despite the different degrees of institutionalisation, similar trends emerged in bothdoi:10.1080/09540250303855 fatcat:f5tzbcmga5dzdkie25kvergfby