The Sydney Morning Herald
3/7/19—New research has found that most females who are offered enrollment in construction degrees have been to all-girls high schools.
3/6/19—The higher-education gender gap has become a major factor in American political and economic life, and it yawns even wider in other rich countries.
3/4/19—In a recent brief, the Harvard University Center on the Developing Child stated that “The science of child development shows that the foundation for sound mental health is built early in life, as early experiences—which include children’s relationships with parents, caregivers, relatives, teachers, and peers—shape the architecture of the developing brain.
Texas Public Radio
3/4/19—House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited the Young Women’s Leadership Academy in Fort Worth on Monday. She joined Democratic Congressman Marc Veasey and Principal Tamara Albury on stage to talk to students about leadership.
New STEM Initiative is Partnering with Girl Scouts and ‘Project Runway’ to Inspire Future STEM Trailblazers
3/4/19—Many girls think, “I’m not a math person” or “I’m not a science person,” but Nicole Small, president of the Lyda Hill Foundation, wants to prove them wrong.
3/3/19—Despite efforts from companies and universities, the number of women majoring in computer science is declining. A non-profit is trying to change that by offering coding lessons to girls as early as kindergarten.
3/3/19—Two successful women in technology say getting more women into their field requires focusing on girls’ education all the way back in elementary school.
The New York Times
2/28/19—What makes an ideal learning environment for you—physically, socially, intellectually, emotionally?
The Washington Post
2/26/19—I was at a women’s leadership summit in October when a woman rose to ask a panel of female leaders and activists a question.
2/18/19—He has grades and test scores that I think should qualify him for the Ivy League—but he’s also white and upper-middle-class.
The New York Times
2/12/19—The College Board came up with a surprising conclusion about keys to success for college and life.
Harvard Ed Magazine
Winter 2019—After years of social gains and with bright futures within reach, why are things still so difficult for middle school girls?