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EDFL 106 Notes (Foundations of American Education) Chapter 7 gender and sexual orientation: differences between males and females: by age 2, children realize they are a girl or a boy; by age 5 or six, they have learned their gender stereotypical behavior Biology versus society: girls are more nurturing, guys more aggressive or assertive. Both biology and society affect this gender equality: Title IX inclusion: integration of all students, regardless of race, sexual orientation, etc. IEP: individualized education plan benefits of inclusion: improved outcomes for children with disabilities, inclusion help
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