Who are we?
We are a nonprofit organization comprised of students, teachers, and supporters who believe that education is the key to building a future of gender equity.
What do we do?
We provide K-12 educators with curriculum and training to give their students the skills and knowledge to be champions for gender equity.
What will be our impact?
We are educating 1,000,000 champions for gender equity by 2025.
Emerging Leadership Gifts
|$10||one champion for gender equity|
|$100||one coaching session for a teacher|
|$250||one STEM teacher with an online feminist pedagogy course|
|$500||one gender-inclusive history curriculum for a high school|
|$1000||one workshop at a NYC Public School|
|$2500||Launches a student-teacher coalition in a new school/district|
|$5K||Funds a new MOOC on women’s contributions to science|
|$10K||Supports a six-day, 30-hour educator workshop series|
|$15K||Retrains a department to use gender-inclusive practices and resources|
|$50K||Retrains an entire high school|
|$100K||Sponsors a nationwide conference for K-12 educators|
Teach About Women Inc is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization and your donation is 100% tax-deductible. To claim a donation as a deduction on your U.S. taxes, please keep your email donation receipt as your official record. Our EIN is 83-06855327.
What is our plan?
We petition decision-makers in schools, districts and states to rewrite educational policies and learning standards to include rich and intersectional material on women and gender.
As a result of our policy work, in five years, 1,000,000 students will benefit from their schools/districts adopting gender-inclusive guidelines.
We design resources for teachers and educate them how to use them effectively in their classrooms. We make our resources and training available in person through workshops and coaching and online through databases, classes, blogs, and podcasts.
In 5 years, our resources will help 10,000 educators in 25 schools/districts to give 1,000,000 students the knowledge and skills to be champions for gender equity.
We connect teachers, students, and supporters to make classrooms equitable and empowering places for all students regardless of gender.
By 2025, we will build communities to support 10,000 game-changing teachers in giving 1,000,000 students the skills and knowledge to be champions for gender equity.