San Francisco Chronicle
1/7/20—In sixth grade, a boy’s friends learned so heavily on him for emotional support, his teachers grew concerned and mentioned something to his mother.
1/6/20—In a society where feminist movements such as #metoo have been overwhelmingly present to reaffirm the rights of women, I believe it is necessary to take a step back and acknowledge the current situation many girls have found and put themselves in at least once during their time in college.
1/6/20—A new law aims to get more girls access to science, technology, engineering and math-focused educational opportunities.
1/5/20—Women are excelling in various industries, thanks to the rising numbers of female graduates entering the workforce.
1/2/20—Women have made some of the world’s most remarkable scientific breakthroughs. Their stories aren’t celebrated nearly enough, but it takes only a little research to find women who’ve excelled in science, technology, engineering, and math.
1/2/20—What a difference a decade makes. From 2009 to 2019, women around the world have made monumental strides challenging the status quo in media, politics and activism.
The New York Times
12/31/19—Title IX got women playing college sports. Now it’s time to let them lead.
The Washington Post
12/27/19—Ricardo Alcalá’s parents, born in Mexico, carried less than a second-grade education when they came to California to work the fields.
The Sydney Morning Herald
12/21/19—While academic results should never be considered the sole measure of a good education, they are of course an important measure of success.
12/17/19—Most of us won’t live to see gender equality achieved worldwide, according to a new study, which predicts the milestone is almost 100 years away.
11/7/19— In the last couple of decades, the world has made huge strides when it comes to women’s involvement in the workforce.
2/28/18—As a mom of two daughters, I’m mindful of how girls today have more opportunity than ever.