Posts tagged “STEM”

Girls’ School Graduates Have a Clear Edge Over Coeducated Peers

Girls’ School Graduates Have a Clear Edge Over Coeducated Peers

New research reveals graduates of all-girls schools have a definitive edge over their coeducated peers. The Higher Education Research Institute...

Why Girls’ School Students are Successful in STEM

Why Girls’ School Students are Successful in STEM

A recent study found that girls’ school graduates have higher levels of self-confidence in their science-related skills compared to female...

To Inspire Girls Today, Honor the Groundbreaking Women of History

To Inspire Girls Today, Honor the Groundbreaking Women of History

This weekend, one of the country’s preeminent computer scientists celebrates a birthday. Not Bill Gates or Larry Page. And not...

The Extraordinary Relevance of Girls’ Schools: Educating the “Missing Million” and the First Female President

The Extraordinary Relevance of Girls’ Schools: Educating the “Missing Million” and the First Female President

 “There has never been a better time to be female.” —Terri McCullough, Director of No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project,...

How Do Girls Learn Best?

How Do Girls Learn Best?

As a new school year begins, we’ve been thinking a lot about how girls learn best. In many ways, this...

Summer of Girls’ Leadership: Here, There, and Everywhere

Summer of Girls’ Leadership: Here, There, and Everywhere

Over the last few decades, women around the world have made significant gains in leadership. Despite these gains, pay equity,...

Girls Must See It To Be It… Beyond Women’s History Month

Girls Must See It To Be It… Beyond Women’s History Month

“Each time a girl opens a book and finds a womanless history, she learns she is worth less.” This quote...