Female Gender Inequality in Education
1-page Draft / Summary / Abstract Page:0/0/1(You need to provide an extra 275-word draft of the paper within the first 30% of your deadline / a 275-word summary of your paper’s main points / a 275-word abstract page)
Subject: Women and gender studies
Topic: Female gender inequality in education.
What educational problem you will be addressing and why. This should include statistics/evidence for what makes this issue a problem. This paper should build on the Final Paper Proposal you submitted on 10/31. The paper should be 10-12 pages long and must include page numbers, subheadings, and proper APA referencing for all sources you reference. Breakdown of points:
- Title page, with title of project and your name (1 page, but this does not count toward your 10-12 pages)
- An abstract (this also does not count toward your 10-12 pages)
- Overview, Background & Justification of Project/Discussion of Related Research (3-4 pages) Describe your project Describe WHY you chose to propose this project Discuss HOW it addresses/relates to inequality and diversity
SUMMARIZE the research that supports your project and justifies the need for your project
- Description of targeted group (half-1 page) Who are you targeting and why? Grades/ages, socioeconomic status, racial ethnic background, dis/ability status, migration status, etc.
- Goals & Desired Outcomes (1-2 pages) What are your intended goals and outcomes? Be sure these relate to the educational problem you are addressing. Describe the research that supports why your goals are important and why your project will help reach the goals/outcomes Goals and outcomes should be specific, and should clearly relate to equity in education
- Description of your proposed solution and timeline (3-4 pages) Be specific about the elements of your solution, use research articles to justify why you think your proposed solution will work, include a general timeline for implementing your project (e.g., weekly/monthly steps) and reaching your goals
- Focus Group Feedback (2 pages): You will convene a group of at least 3 people and discuss your project with them.
They can be anyone you know who has an interest in educational issues. Have a conversation about the educational problem you’re seeking to improve and what your proposed solution is. Ask them for feedback about your project. Include the following in writing this part up: Who was part of your focus group? (Ages, number of people, gender & racial/ethnic background, how you recruited them and how you know them) Describe the reactions to your project. What did the respondents think would work or wouldn’t work? Why/why not?
What did the participants like? Why? What reactions surprised you? What would you change about your project based on the focus group feedback? Ask your focus group: How could your project be used in other ways by educators/parents/community members?
- List all your references, APA style. If you are missing citations and/or or have incomplete/incorrect citations, it can be considered plagiarism and may result in serious loss of points or disciplinary action