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Professor Abrams: “Women as Boys’ Varsity Coaches”

For the past ten years, Professor Douglas E. Abrams has written nearly 300 essays for leading youth sports websites. In a recent essay, he urges public high schools and middle schools to “consider, and indeed encourage, head coaching and assistant coaching applications from women as well as men.” Consideration and encouragement should extend to boys’ teams as well as girls’…

Professor Abrams Urges Including Persons With Disabilities in Youth Sports

For the past ten years, Professor Douglas E. Abrams has written nearly 300 essays for leading youth sports websites. His most recent essay, Lessons From a Player and a Coach Who Have Overcome Disabilities, tells the stories of a 14-year-old Texas high school football quarterback and a 30-year-old California junior varsity head coach. The player competes on racing blades because when…

Professor Jerry Participates in Campus Free Speech Discussion

Professor Bob Jerry was one of 40 invited participants in an American Council on Education roundtable discussion on “Campus Inclusion and Free Expression” held recently at the University of Michigan. Kevin McDonald, Vice Chancellor for Inclusion, Diversity, & Equity and Chief Diversity Officer at the University of Missouri was a panelist. The goal of the event was to engage higher education leaders…

Professor Trachtenberg Speaks at Harvard about Mizzou Protests

Professor Ben Trachtenberg spoke on February 12 at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. His talk was titled, “The 2015 University of Missouri Protests: Lessons for University Administrators and Student Activists.” The HGSE Office of Student Affairs, along with the Equity & Inclusion Fellows Program, sponsored his visit. After Professor Trachtenberg’s talk, he participated in a panel about student protests,…