Homeroom with Education Leaders | Shattering Glass Ceilings: Illuminating the Path to Gender Equity in Educational Leadership

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Join The @Hunt_Institute on 2/15 for an #EdHomeroom webinar on illuminating the path to gender equity in educational leadership. Register here: https://ow.ly/Y6Jb50QyPSL 

On 2/15, @juliarafalbaer, Dr. Kendra Washington-Bass, and @DeepaPuru will lead an #EdHomeroom webinar with The @Hunt_Institute on illuminating the path to gender equity in educational leadership! Register here to attend: https://ow.ly/Y6Jb50QyPSL 

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Women wield significant influence in shaping the lives of children, not just as caregivers but also as teachers. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 77 percent of teachers are women. Furthermore, when evaluating district-level leadership, there is a pronounced gender disparity in leadership between men and women, with 87 percent of superintendents being male. This issue extends beyond gender equity and the challenges for women in leadership. It includes recognizing the inherent value of female leadership and its positive impact on enhancing student performance and empowering girls to lead.  

Join The Hunt Institute on March 21 as we discuss the barriers hindering women’s advancement in education leadership as we seek to initiate a thoughtful examination of how the education landscape can intentionally carve a pathway to support more women leaders. 

Register here to attend: https://ow.ly/Y6Jb50QyPSL 

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Hi (name), 

Women wield significant influence in shaping the lives of children, not just as caregivers but also as teachers. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 77 percent of teachers are women. Furthermore, when evaluating district-level leadership, there is a pronounced gender disparity in leadership between men and women, with 87 percent of superintendents being male. This issue extends beyond gender equity and the challenges for women in leadership. It includes recognizing the inherent value of female leadership and its positive impact on enhancing student performance and empowering girls to lead.  

Join The Hunt Institute on March 21 as we discuss the barriers hindering women’s advancement in education leadership as we seek to initiate a thoughtful examination of how the education landscape can intentionally carve a pathway to support more women leaders. 

Panelists include: 

  • Dr. Julia Rafal-Baer, Co-Founder and CEO, ILO Group; Founder & CEO, Women Leading Ed
  • Dr. Kendra Washington-Bass, National Designer and Facilitator, The Leadership Academy
  • Deepa Purushothaman, Founder, the re.write

Register here to attend: https://ow.ly/Y6Jb50QyPSL

See you there!  

Sincerely, 

(name)