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AAUW Statement on Release of Department of Education Data on Gender Equity in Public Schools

The U.S. Department of Education’s Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) for 2013–14 includes several important, school-specific gender equity data points that are helpful to advocates, parents, students, educators, and Title IX coordinators at schools nationwide. Read more »

Article   |   Education   |   June 07, 2016
Middle school aged girls attending AAUW Tech Savvy in Pittsburgh (PA) wearing hardhats, googles, lab coats, and magnifying glass.

Inspiring Tomorrow’s Innovators at AAUW Tech Savvy in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh’s AAUW Tech Savvy students may create the next great STEM innovation. Those breakthroughs could revolutionize the technology, engineering, or manufacturing industries — and the cities that rely upon them. Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   June 03, 2016
Jordan Mader, left and Meredith Coil build a gumdrop bridge during the Tech Savvy workshop, at Ohio University May 17, 2014. The event exposes girls from sixth through ninth grade to the field of science, technology, engineering and math. Photo by Ohio University / Jonathan Adams

5 Ways to Support a Future STEM Rockstar with AAUW and FabLab

Don’t miss the latest updates from FabLab and AAUW! Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   May 24, 2016

AAUW Statement in Support of Guidance to Ensure the Civil Rights of Transgender Students

Transgender students have the same rights as their peers, and AAUW supports this guidance, which will help schools make that promise a reality. Read more »

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Financial Literacy Could Have Saved Me from Student Debt

Like many college-bound students, Khallilah Beecham-Watkins thought financial aid was a free ticket to attend her dream school. She didn’t have the tools or resources needed to understand that she would have to pay back all of that money after graduation. Read more »

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Helping Girls Find Their STEM Passion

Kea Jolicoeur attended Tech Trek as an eighth grader and went on to be a camp co-director and earn a degree in engineering. Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   November 30, 2015
An image of Afia Nathaniel, 2003–04 International Fellow and a computer scientist-turned-filmmaker. Her debut feature film is titled, "Dukhtar."

“Dukhtar” Director on Breaking the Silence around Child Marriage

Afia Nathaniel, a computer scientist turned filmmaker, is making waves with her moving film about a mother fleeing Pakistan to protect her daughter from child marriage. Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   November 17, 2015
Malala Yousafzai at the Kisaruni Girls School in Kenya. Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures. © 2015 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

“He Named Me Malala”: Educate Girls to Change the World

Malala symbolizes the power of raising your voice to fight injustice because, in Yousafzai’s own words, “One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen can change the world.” Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   1 Comments   |   November 11, 2015
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Title IX’s Unintended Revolution for Women’s Athletics

One of the biggest unintended consequences of Title IX is that women athletes can now expect that they will have access to sports. Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   September 01, 2015
Young women in basketball uniforms stand next to an AAUW sign for Title IX

Gender Equity Quiz: Would Your College Pass AAUW’s 1914 Accreditation Test?

Would your college or university pass AAUW’s 1914 accreditation test? Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   August 25, 2015