Paris’s Elite School Gets a Lesson on Possible Gender Bias

Paris’s prestigious postgraduate school Ecole Normale Superieure was in for a surprise this summer when results of its admission exam for literature came out. A whopping 77% of the successful candidates for the main literature section were women, significantly higher than the 59% average over the past five years, according to ENS admission lists published […]

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Pinterest Ex-COO Is Prepared to Take Gender Case to Trial

Francoise Brougher, the former Pinterest Inc. chief operating officer who sued alleging gender discrimination, said she is prepared to take her case all the way to trial, setting up Silicon Valley for another public reckoning. “I’m very confident in the case I have right now,” Brougher said in an interview with Bloomberg Television. “While I […]

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Brown University Demoted Women’s Teams, Now Must Explain

Brown University faces a deadline Friday to turn over documents explaining why it eliminated five varsity women’s teams this spring, the latest twist in a landmark case over gender parity in college sports. The Ivy League school in May announced plans to change the teams’ status from varsity to club, along with six men’s teams, […]

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Norceca olympic qualification tournament

Information about Norceca olympic qualification tournament… Sources: 2017 Olympic Qualification Tournament, 2017 Olympic Qualification Tournament, 2019 Championship pool, B Sports. Olympic Medal Thesis, 2009 Olympic Olympic Medal Thesis, 2009 Olympic Medal. Source: HOST, Q, Qualified to the 2019 Olympics. T1;,5,5;,c0 width-900 height-500 marginwidth-0 marginheight-0 hspace-0 vspace-0 frameborder-0 scrolling-no between and from the corpus American English […]

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