Women’s Education

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Women’s Education

Muslim Women’s Education in Myanmar

The 1897–98 Shanghai Campaign for Women’s Education

HULLAH, Peter Fearnley (born 1949), Director, Together for Sudan (Women’s Education Partnership), since 2012

Equally Their Due: Women’s Education and Public Life in Postrevolutionary and Antebellum America

A Critical Review of the Research on Women’s Participation in Postsecondary Computing Education

Laura Kelly, Irish Women in Medicine, c.1880s-1920s: Origins, Education and Careers

Education Predicts Incidence of Preclinical Mobility Disability in Initially High-Functioning Older Women. The Women’s Health and Aging Study II

DOVE, Claire (born 1952), DL; Chief Executive, Blackburne House Group (formerly Women’s Technology and Education Centre), since 1985

Meghan Healy-Clancy. A World of Their Own: A History of South African Women’s Education.

Confronting the “Socialization” Barrier: Cross-Ethnic Differences in Undergraduate Women’s Preference for IT Education

The Effects of Education and Marriage on Young Women’s Labor Force Participation in the Middle East and North Africa

Gender and Medicine in Ireland, 1700–1950Irish Women in Medicine c. 1880s–1920s: Origins, Education and Careers

LAWRENCE, Maude Agnes (1864 - 1933), Director of Women’s Establishments at the Treasury since 1920; Chief Woman Inspector of the Board of Education, 1905–20

SHARPE, Phoebe Elizabeth (1888 - 1941), Fellow American Geographical Society; Kaisar-i-Hind medallist; Hon. Head of Women’s Education, Limbdi; Hon. Personal Secretary to the ruler

Rebecca S. Montgomery. The Politics of Education in the New South: Women and Reform in Georgia, 1890–1930. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press. 2006. Pp. 263. $49.95

Paul J. Bailey. Gender and Education in China: Gender Discourses and Women–s Schooling in the Early Twentieth Century. (Routledge Contemporary China Series.) New York: Routledge. 2007. Pp. ix, 246. $120.00

GOODENOUGH, Francis (William) (1872 - 1940), Joint Hon. Secretary National Gas Council; Intl. Member of American Gas Association; Fellow of Institute of Fuel; Member of Council of Federation of British Industries; Member of Council of London Chamber of Commerce; Vice-President and Member of Executive Council of Royal Society of Arts; Chairman of Education Committee and Honorary Member of Institution of Gas Engineers; Chairman of Advisory Committee to the Westminster Technical Institute; a Governor of the Chelsea Polytechnic; Member of Commerce Advisory Committee, Regent Street Polytechnic; Member of Council of British Gas Federation; Member of Post Office Advisory Council, National Chamber of Trade, Governing Body of City of London College, Advisory Council of Anglo-International Trade Associations, Member of Council of British Health Resorts Association, of Confederation of Management Associations, and of Ibero-American Institute, Member of Industrial Reorganisation League, Council of National Industrial Alliance, Council of Parents’ Association, Member of Board of Architectural Education, RIBA; Member of Council of Advertising Association; Member of Committee of Architecture Club; Member of Commerce Degree Committee of University of London; Member of Oxford University Appointments Board; Chairman of British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education; Vice-President London Devonian Society; Vice-President Kipling Society; Vice-President; British Commercial Gas Association; Women’s Gas Council; Vice-President Institute of Export; Kensington Chamber of Commerce; London and District Centre Incorporated Secretaries Association; Institute of Industrial Administration; Salmon and Trout Association; a Governor of Royal Free Hospital; Chairman of Princess Beatrice Hospital; Hon. Treasurer Winter Distress League; Hon. Treasurer British Institute of Social Service; Freeman of the City of London and a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers


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Jewish women’s education has traditionally been informal and home-based. Jewish women learned the core beliefs of Judaism, the Jewish life and holiday cycles, and the fundamentals of ritual practice chiefly ...

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