March is Women's History Month! Here are some links to help our students learn about the important contributions that women have made to our state, our nation, and our world.
History Channel on Women's History - Watch great videos about women in History ("Herstory"?)
US Census Bureau with interesting demographic facts about women in America
Library of Congress' Women's History Month site
The Smithsonian on Women's History Month
Free Women's History Month Resources from the US Department of Education
Library of Congress on Women's Suffrage
Women in Rural America
Writing Women Back Into History, from the National Park Service
Larry Ferlazzo on Women's History Month
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