Dear GlobalEd Readers,
On March 8, 2018—International Women’s Day–we created this website. So, we are celebrating our third birthday! It’s amazing how our readership has grown to more than 9000 annually. I’m very grateful to our university Distinguished Fellows as well as to the NGO and school-based practitioners who have contributed blogs. Thank you!
Because we are celebrating women around the world today, I want to share those blogs written over the last three years about educating girls and women, and the journeys of some of those remarkable women. Also, at the end of this blog, check out the awesome lineup of Latinas speaking online at San Jose State University’s Lurie College of Education this Friday– March 12, 3:30 PST—it is free and open to all. Don’t miss it!
Show your solidarity!
Raise your hand high to show you’re in and that you commit to choose to challenge and call out inequality.
March 8 – International Women’s Day (IWD) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Worldwide groups come together to celebrate women’s achievements or rally for women’s equality. IWD has been observed since the early 1900’s and is a focal point in the movement for women’s rights.
“I want every girl to know that her voice can change the world.” –Malala
Nine blogs from GlobalEd Leadership’s website –girls and women changing the world!
Educating Women for a Changing Planet Elizabeth Dearborn Hughes
Educate Girls Globally Recruiting Partners for Breakthrough Empowerment of Girls in Government Schools A. Lawrence Chickering & Anjula Tyagi
The journey’s we take that lead us to what we love: Karen Sherman’s story. Karen Sherman
MANA de San Diego: Empowering Latinas from the Classroom to the Boardroom Venus Molina
International Women’s Day – Women Changemakers around the World Paula Cordeiro & Maxie Gluckman
Creativity and Innovation in Guatemala: A Week in the Life of Karla Pineda Karla Pineda
“Never fear the difficult circumstances:” Missy Christie’s Journey to Educational Leadership in Colombia Missy Christie
Girls’ Education Goes Beyond Getting Girls into School Paula Cordeiro
A Rwandan Educator’s Journey to Becoming a School Leadership Trainer Charity Birungi
We are thrilled to share information about an upcoming panel discussion at San Jose State University–Join the conversation—The Emancipatory Education Speaker series: Envisioning a Post-Covid19 Education System:
Friday, March 12, 3:30-5pm PST
Latinas Leading Schools panel with Dr. Fabiola Bagula, Dr. Rebeca Burcaiga, Dr. Melissa Martinez, Dr. Sylvia Mendez-Morse, & Ana Tavares
To GlobalEd Leadership: