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A Celebration of Edith Abbott (Guest Post by Kim Wilkens)

Originally Posted at Kim’s Blog I had an assignment this past semester to research 5 educational leaders and besides the very well-known like Montessori, there wasn’t a lot of source material for women.  As a women in tech, I’m used to the being in the minority and my gender underrepresented in the media, but I … Continue reading

Women Educators and Philosophers: A Crowdsourced Celebration

The majority of teachers in this country are women, their impact on the history of education is vast, but only a few are covered in textbooks on education or talked about among the major thinkers in the history of education. Their wisdom, experience and action research in and out of the classroom has helped shape … Continue reading

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