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ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC NEWS ONLINE 3/2006

Women's History Month: Making Women's History

Scholastic News Online caught up with Gloria Steinem in Philadelphia after she delivered a lecture at the University of Pennsylvania on feminism, or the belief that men and women should be treated equally.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC KIDS PRESS CORPS 3/2007

Women's History Month: Women's Professional Football

The New York Sharks, a women's professional football team, is starting their eighth season in the IWFL's (Independent Women's Football League), Eastern Division of the National Conference.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC KIDS PRESS CORPS 3/1/2007

Women's History Month: Women's Rights: Past, Present, and Future

The date is July 19, 1848. You are on your way to Seneca Falls from your hometown of Syracuse. You sit in the shaded carriage, staring at the small town drawing near as your driver begins to slow down. The horses stop in front of a large chapel known as the Wesleyan Methodist Church. You are at the Seneca Falls Convention. This is the scene I imagined as we drove into Seneca Falls.

COLLECTION: SCHOLASTIC NEWS ONLINE 3/5/2009

Women's History Month

A collection of articles that relate to Women's History Month.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC KIDS PRESS CORPS 3/2007

Women's History Month: Governor M. Jodi Rell

How would you like to come face to face with the Governor of your state? Recently, Scholastic News Online met the Governor of Connecticut, M. Jodi Rell, for an exclusive one-on-one interview for Women's History Month.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC KIDS PRESS CORPS 3/2007

Women's History Month: Chief of Police Nannette Hegerty

Milwaukee Chief of Police Nan Hegerty thinks it shouldn't matter if a man or a women is head of a police department. She just wants to help people, and so far she's done a great job.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC KIDS PRESS CORPS 3/22/2007

Women's History Month: Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio

To Pam Iorio, the Mayor of Tampa, Florida, Women's History Month is a time to reflect on the contributions of women throughout history. It's almost like going back in time, she said.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC KIDS PRESS CORPS 3/22/2007

Women's History Month: Construction Worker Caroline Lewis

Imagine working a thousand feet in the air, repairing a smokestack. Caroline Lewis does this for a living! Lewis is a perfect role model for Women's History Month. She is an ordinary woman who has achieved extraordinary accomplishments in the work place.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC KIDS PRESS CORPS 3/6/2007

Women's History Month: CBS Anchor Katie Couric

There's a lot to celebrate this Women's History Month. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton is the first female presidential candidate considered a front-runner. Representative Nancy Pelosi has been elected as the first female Speaker of the House. And Katie Couric has become the first solo female anchor of the evening news for a major network.

COLLECTION: SCHOLASTIC KIDS PRESS CORPS

Celebrate Women's History Month | News For Kids, By Kids

This is a special report dedicated to Women's History Month.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC KIDS PRESS CORPS 3/1/2007

Women's History Month: Giddy-Up!

The only museum in the world dedicated to honoring women of the American West is the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, Texas.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC KIDS PRESS CORPS 3/25/2010

Voices of Women's History Month | News From Kids, By Kids

Wisdom shared by women leaders with the Scholastic Kids Press Corps this Women's History Month.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC KIDS PRESS CORPS 3/2007

Women's History Month: Mountain Climber Stacy Allison

Stacy Allison is the first woman to climb Mount Everest, which is just one of her many accomplishments.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC KIDS PRESS CORPS 3/6/2007

Women's History Month: Golfer Tracy Hanson

Tracy Hanson fell in love with golfing when she was 10 years old. She won her first amateur national championship when she was 17, the Western Women's Golf Championship. In college, she decided to go pro. Today, she is an excellent golfer, ranking 69th in the top 100 for the most amount of money earned in 2006.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC NEWS ONLINE 3/15/2007

Women's History Month: A Woman of Firsts

Tenley Albright was not only the first American woman to win the Olympic gold metal in figure skating, but was also one of a very few women of her generation to become a surgeon. She went on to have an exciting career and can be a role model for children, not just girls, who are interested in athletics or medicine.