Tag: women

ALAS Opens a Women Superintendents Policy Leadership Academy

The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (ALAS) has created a new leadership academy specifically to help new female superintendents learn advocacy skills and develop their understanding of navigating and implementing education policies. The Women Superintendents Policy Leadership Academy is accepting applications through July 31, 2021 for its 2021-2022 cohort, which begins in September, 2021 and runs through May,...

A Biography of the American Public Library

American public libraries have long been a gathering place for communities across the nation, but they haven't always been welcoming to women and people of color. The precursor to the public library, the “social library,” dates back to the 1700’s when it served as a venue for wealthy, white men to exchange books and ideas. In 1731, inventor and...

The Rise of Women through the Birth of Languages

Jenna Lau reveals the secrets of Nushu, a language  emblematic of Chinese female empowerment and sisterhood. History is rife with accounts of gender inequality and discrimination, be it through politics, economics, or education. Nonetheless, in the face of scarce educational opportunities, women have risen to create their own opportunities when learning languages. Originating from a remote county in the southern region of...
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