Greetings from Boston - WOW! World of Women

To celebrate March as Women's History Month, Boston's TeachNet Learn & Serve team invites students, teachers, and community members to share stories about women who have contributed to local and national history.

Here are some ways to showcase women who have served:

WOW! Create a local women's heritage trail
, founded in 1989 as a Boston Public Schools program, is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to illuminating, chronicling, and disseminating information about women who have enriched Boston's history. BWHT, a longtime IMPACT II partner, highlights women's careers and contributions for school and community.

WOW! Learn how one school blazed a trail for its historic Charlestown neighborhood, Bunker Hill & Old Ironsides (U.S.S. Constitution)
Check out Maria D'Itria's profile Walk Her Way Along a Women's History Trail, and her specials: What is Fame? Getting to Know You, Growing Files for Women's History, An Extraordinary Woman, The Walk.

WOW! Click on these World of Women Related Web Sites
Explore ideas about birthdays & biographies, calendars & careers, people & places, questions & quotations, timelines & testimonials

Email your favorite women's history links to IMPACT II @ School-to-Career

TeachNet Service Learning is administered by Boston Public Schools Affiliate IMPACT II @ School-to-Career.
Supporting TeachNet are School-to-Career Director Kathleen Mullin; IMPACT II Affiliate Director Barbara Locurto; WebMaster Andrew Binns; Web Advisor Maggie Hoyt, West Roxbury High School; and Project Assistant Jean Gibran.
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