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Theory and research for women must be held apart. 45 Next, it is easy to want to get sidetracked and diffused by token changes. For example, Goldring and Chen (1993) show how the tremendous rise in the number of female principals in Israel is not a signal that women’s leadership capacities are preferred but rather a trend connected with centralization of power and lower status and pay for principals. Similarly, we must watch for the gender effects of the array of reforms for schooling. For example, from feminist analysis we can inspect how choice and privatization arguments (see, for example Gender Justice, Kirp, 1985) and arguments for family values’ inculcation have embedded agendas for controlling females’ choices.
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