Welcome! This website is designed for teachers and students to make their classrooms more representative of women and other gender minorities. For teachers, the "resources" tab links to resources for lessons divided into subjects (English, History, and STEM). The "other" tab on the resources page has a link to a useful website for making your classroom more representative and inclusive to people of all genders, and there are some other useful links in there as well. There is also a guide for teachers on creating more representative lesson plans, and a guide for students with tips for having conversations with educators about creating that change. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us!
Gabriella Schwager is a senior at Harriton High School outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is very passionate about her interests, which include activism and social justice, reading, writing, and listening to music. She hopes to make the world a better place piece by piece, and hopes that this resource ends up helpful to anyone who may need it.
Tal Pemstein is a senior at Newton North High School in Newton, MA. Tal participates in theatre as an actor and a director, they manage and sing in their school’s co-ed a cappella group, and they study Talmud with Hebrew College’s Teen Beit Midrash. Their passion for social justice becomes a part of everything they do, and they look forward to continuing to learn and engage in social action next year at Brandeis University. In their spare time, Tal loves reading, spending time with their friends, and playing Bananagrams.
Jules Maylott is a junior in high school. He loves listening to and making music, hanging out with friends and family, and playing video and tabletop games. Of course, social justice is extremely important to him, and he hopes to do as much as he can to make the world a better place.
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