The New York Times
2/20/20—Many boys and young men think the movement is essential for girls and women, but struggle with how they fit into it.
Quartz at Work
2/20/20—New York has been a world capital for all manner of industries for decades, but the city’s first ever Career Discovery Week was held just this month.
2/19/20—Country on frontline of information war teaches everyone from school pupils to politicians how to spot slippery information.
New York Post
2/15/20—Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg may have already lost his users’ trust, but it’s not too late to instill ethical values in today’s young tech developers-in-training.
2/14/20—Girl Scouts have been proving for years that girls are future leaders. Thanks to them, the future is feminist.
The New York Times
2/13/20—The House voted largely along party lines to extend a 1982 deadline for states to ratify the amendment, which mandates equality between the sexes. But the vote was largely symbolic.
2/12/20—Celebrities, youth activists and world leaders gathered yesterday at the UN Headquarters to put a spotlight on adolescent girls’ education, in an event co-hosted by the Permanent Mission of Ireland, together with UN Women, the One Campaign and the Global Partnership for Education.
2/12/20—Thanks to the award-winning film Hidden Figures, Black women working in the world of STEM—science, technology, engineering and math—had a major moment in 2016.
World Economic Forum
2/12/20—Here are seven largely untold scientists who have changed our world.
The Times on the Coast
2/11/20—Women and girls represent half of the world’s population. But when it comes to science, women and girls make up far less than half of STEM students and professionals.
2/11/20—Empowering young women through education is one of the best ways to save our planet.
2/11/20—Williams will be in upcoming ads and collaborate on study of gender bias in sports to focus $1 million in donations.
2/11/20—11 STEM experts, most of whom are female, share their own stories and advice to girls and women who may be considering a career in STEM
2/11/20—February 11th, 2020 is the U.N.’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science. As a part of the celebration, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation is launching the #LightaSpark campaign to celebrate women who work in STEM and to broaden the perception of STEM opportunities.
The Hechinger Report
2/8/20—A Washington State district made an entire school just for kindergarteners where joy and play are the focus.
2/8/20—August 18, 2020 marks 100 years since the ratification of the 19th Amendment guaranteeing all American women “suffrage,” or the right to vote.
The Harvard Gazette
2/7/20—Study finds female workers’ deep discomfort over touting skills, experience adds to gender gap in promotions, pay.
2/6/20—England’s schoolboys have had worse exam results than girls for 30 years, secondary school league table data just published confirms.