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David Chadwell Single Gender Education Dissertation

"David Chadwell's book is a very useful guide for principals and administrators launching single-gender programs." -- Leonard Sax, Executive Director

"The author does an excellent job of providing the reader with each of the steps needed to successfully implement this type of program and the foresight to think about many of the questions and concerns that will come up along the way. Administrators following the process outlined in this book will impress teachers, parents, and the board with their well thought-out approach." -- Kathy Tritz- Rhodes, Principal

"Single-gender education has reemerged as a sound approach to dealing with the academic issues of both girls and boys. This book provides comprehensive procedures for developing single-gender programs of all types. Chadwell covers every step of the process and points out where the pitfalls lie and how to avoid them. The planning tools at the end of each chapter involve the reader in the process and can serve as activities for workshops as schools and school systems begin the process of designing single-gender programs. This is a comprehensive handbook based on personal experience with developing single-gender educational programs. Chadwell knows what he is talking about not only from personal experience, but also as the statewide coordinator of single-sex initiatives for South Carolina. This is the book to read if you are considering implementing single-gender programs in your school."--Abigail Norfleet James, Adjunct Professor of Education (01/28/2009)

"A thoughtful text and practical guide for educators who are considering establishing single-gendered classrooms."--Pedro A. Noguera, Professor, New York University (03/30/2009)

""David W. Chadwell, an ardent activist for single-gender education, brings his passion and expertise to bear within the pages of this important book. It is imperative reading for all who seek to be informed about the viability of single-gender education. It s a must read!""--Ron Walker, Executive Director (02/13/2009)"

"David Chadwell s book is a very useful guide for principals and administrators launching single-gender programs."--Leonard Sax, Executive Director (03/10/2009)"

The author does an excellent job of providing the reader with each of the steps needed to successfully implement this type of program and the foresight to think about many of the questions and concerns that will come up along the way. Administrators following the process outlined in this book will impress teachers, parents, and the board with their well thought-out approach. --Kathy Tritz- Rhodes, Principal (10/13/2009)"

"This is a fascinating area and a subject that needs to be explored and researched. With books like this, a more open dialogue can begin, and educators can consider more options for improving the learning curves amongst boys and girls. --Tara McGuigan, Science Teacher and GATE Teacher (10/13/2009)"

"Single-gender education has reemerged as a sound approach to dealing with the academic issues of both girls and boys. This book provides comprehensive procedures for developing single-gender programs of all types. Chadwell covers every step of the process and points out where the pitfalls lie and how to avoid them. The planning tools at the end of each chapter involve the reader in the process and can serve as activities for workshops as schools and school systems begin the process of designing single-gender programs. This is a comprehensive handbook based on personal experience with developing single-gender educational programs. Chadwell knows what he is talking about not only from personal experience, but also as the statewide coordinator of single-sex initiatives for South Carolina. This is the book to read if you are considering implementing single-gender programs in your school."--Abigail Norfleet James, Adjunct Professor of Education (01/28/2009)

"David Chadwell s book is a very useful guide for principals and administrators launching single-gender programs."--Leonard Sax, Executive Director (03/10/2009)"

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