Whether you’re a teacher, a group leader, or an interested parent or friend, these tools will help you bring women’s political history and leadership into classrooms, youth programs, field trips, and beyond.
- A “gender lens” to apply to existing materials and programs on leadership and civic life.
- Lesson plans and other classroom resources about women’s participation in politics, including current and historic information.
- Activities to help young people better understand the workings of their government and the roles that women play in the process.
- Exercises to enhance the capacity of girls and young women for public leadership.
- Lists of multimedia resources, including online videos showcasing women leaders; films and TV shows highlighting women in public leadership roles; and books (both fiction and non-fiction) that portray women and girls as leaders actively engaged in the democratic process.
Questions? Contact us at TAG@eagleton.rutgers.edu.