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Huffington Post: Women at Work Boost U.S. Construction

In recognition of Women's History Month, I've read several pieces about the contributions that women have made in science, the arts, diplomacy, among many other fields.  However, a recent article in the Huffington Post, titled, Women at Work: Pre-apprenticeships Boost Female Construction, talks about efforts to create more opportunities for women to enter and advance in construction, a field historically dominated by men.  

March: Women's History Month Resources

Hello colleagues, March is Women's History Month. ReadWords has a collection of relevant resources on this theme. Are you planning a lesson on women's history in March? Let us which women will be the focus, and please share any related online resources.

Cheers, Susan Finn Miller

Moderator, Teaching & Learning CoP

Do you celebrate Women's History?

Why not celebrate Women's History Month? Please share some of your students' work with us, or simply comment on how you celebrate the work of women through the years!

Women's History Month

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