The AAUW is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization with the mission to empower women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. This link directs you to the AAUW's groundbreaking research that draws national attention to issues of gender equity in education and the workplace; influences policy-makers as well as educators, parents, and students; and, most importantly, serves as a catalyst for action. Recent reports address topics such as the pay gap between men and women, economic security of older women, sexual harassment on college campuses, and gender equity in science and engineering education.
From the Office of Postsecondary Education of the U.S. Department of Education, this analysis cutting tool was designed to provide rapid customized reports for public inquiries relating to equity in athletics data.
by KQED News Staff and Wires | March 7, 2013 — 6:08 PM
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman's 10-year stretch as the head of eBay was seen as a landmark for women in business. But eBay -- and most major companies in the U.S. -- are still headed mostly by men. A new report out Thursday shows eBay and others are doing a poor job when it comes to promoting women and minorities to their executive suites and corporate boards. Maryland-based Calvert Investments issued the periodical report. It analyzes the diversity of companies in the Standard & Poors 100, a stock index that includes many of the country's top firms. In the report, eBay itself is fourth from the bottom, receiving 30 points for diversity efforts out of 100. Host Stephanie Martin talks with Christine DeGroot, the report's lead author.
The EYH Network is a membership organization of STEM professionals, other educators, parents, community leaders, and government and corporate representatives with a mission to encourage young women to pursue science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers. EYH Network programs provide STEM role models and hands-on activities for middle and high school girls.
This is a retail company that advocates for women and gender equality. They are sponsoring a program called The Power of 9 -- the website feature many facts, a timeline, and other interesting information about Title IX.
The ACLU Women's Rights Project advocates for educational equality under Title IX in four key areas: sex-segregation and sex stereotypes in education, pregnant and parenting teens' rights, gender-based violence, and athletics.
The Center has worked for 40 years to expand, protect, and promote opportunity and advancement for women and girls at every stage of their lives—from education to employment to retirement security, and everything in between.