Going Beyond International Women’s Day in Our Classrooms: We Are All Responsible

The following post can also be found at Equality 101.

Yesterday was International Women’s Day across the world. Were you able to observe the day in your classroom or school in some way?

Depending on the school and its mission, a variety of schools across the U.S. celebrate National Latino Heritage Month in September; National Coming Out Day in October; Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in January; Black History Month in February; the Day of Silence in April, and many more important dates of observance.

But how many schools observe International Women’s Day? Probably not many schools, if any at all. Continue reading