Education & Education Reform

Women and girls have made substantial progress in educational attainment. Today in the US women receive more than half of all college degrees – and have almost achieved parity with men in advanced degrees in law, medicine and other disciplines. But several gaps persist, and more importantly, disparities remain among diverse women according to race, income, immigrant status and other socio-economic factors. Improving access to quality education for all students including adolescent girls and mothers needs to become a national and global priority.

Explore the resources listed below, including Related Categories links, or use the Keyword Search for more information.

Re:Gender Resources

Member Organizations


Blog Posts

By Quailan Pantin, Programs Intern                              ...
Pew Research Center released a report in May 2013 titled, Record Share of New Mothers are College Educated.  The report explored changing...
On July 1st, the interest rates for government-subsidized Stafford student loans doubled from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent. Congress received a lot of...
Quality early care and education are truly gifts that will keep on giving, not only to mothers, but to all of us.  We’re not saying that...
By Allison FlambergThe Center for American Progress recently released a report on the education reforms Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed into law...


  • July 18, 2012

    New Zealand-based researcher James Flynn finds that women are now scoring higher on IQ tests than men.

  • July 18, 2012

    A new study of elementary-school-aged girls by researchers at Knox College finds that girls as young as 6 are already beginning to think of themselves as sex objects.

  • July 16, 2012

    A University of Cambridge and University of Oxford study discovered that children who suffered from mathematics anxiety performed worse on math problems, affecting their performance. Girls suffered more math anxiety, even when they performed well.

  • June 25, 2012

    On the 40th anniversary of the law that ended gender discrimination in schools, President Barack Obama reflects on how Title IX shaped a generation of strong women.

  • June 19, 2012

    As the Girl Scouts organization enters its second century, it hopes to continue a trend of the past decade by recruiting more Latinas to become members and troop leaders.