Currently, teachers think school does not convey gender stereotypes and this leads to an inhibition to the subject and inactivity in his educational work was not considered necessary. Teachers reject affirmative action. Currently, teachers think school does not convey gender stereotypes and this leads to an inhibition to the subject and inactivity in his educational work was not considered necessary. Teachers reject affirmative action. Some think that fighting for equal opportunities is a battle of the sexes, or underestimate as "women." Lopez Valero. A and others (1999) "The transmission of gender stereotypes in compulsory school: discourse analysis of students and teachers and methodological proposals to promote equality of opportunity between the sexes in the area of the Castilian Language and Literature", found that the Teachers in general are not aware of the use of jets and sexist in its use in their teaching.
It states that "Both the student and teachers do not consider gender as relevant to a change in thinking, why not take this into account in educational discourse and conversational, but indirectly it is influencing the daily behavior. "The use sexist language promotes stereotypes processes and many Teachers think that sexist attitudes come from social attitudes and family. Andree Michel (1996) in "Sexism in children's books and school textbooks" stable that one of the existing forms of sexism in the schools lies in the present male and female roles in textbooks. Marina Subirats (1998) notes that since the sixties, he raised the human capital theory and highlighted the fact that educational investment is the most profitable investment, in strictly economic terms, both for the individual and for society.