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March 2012 is Women’s History Month, and the theme this year is “Women’s Education, Women’s Empowerment.” This year, try a fresh twist on teaching this content by focusing your lessons on what women are doing today to make a difference—from political figures to inventors to crusaders for healthcare and education. Encourage students to consider how past efforts of women throughout history have paved the way for where we are today, and how women’s history is meaningful for all of us—both male and female. Try these ideas for introducing students to real-world women who are making history.


  • Social Studies > General

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