État de publication: Publiée (2008 )
Nom de la revue: Canadian Journal of Education
Intervalle de pages: 1-7
Résumé: In 2004, the Canadian Association for Studies on Women in Education (CASWE) celebrated its 10th anniversary as an official association within the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE). We used that celebration as an opportunity to reflect on our past successes as well as the challenges that lay ahead for us as scholars interested in bringing to visibility the pedagogy, curriculum, philosophies, policies, and organiza‐ tional practices that re/inscribe inequity based on gendered norms. It was at that time that the idea to edit a special edition of the Canadian Journal of Education (CJE) on the theme of girls and women in education began to take shape.