Our girls need to know the power of their voice. They need to learn it early. To learn this, our girls will be looking at us. 4 min read
With outdoor time reduced by 50% in the last 20 years, and the average teen now spending nine hours a day looking at a screen, the time has come to formalize our commitment to getting outdoors.
Professional teaching artists take the Girls Leadership curriculum to the highest level.
Finsta? Rinsta? New social media trends crop up nearly every day. Instead of keeping up with them, understand the motivations behind them to support the kids in your life. 5 min read
Most stories of learning from failures skip right to the victory at the end. Here’s how to help kids struggling with the painful parts in the middle. 6 min read
This month’s Girls Leadership Girl & Grown-up Book Club selections remind us that true belonging gives a more profound sense of being home than any place can give.
We’ve sorted through the new season’s shows on TV and streaming platforms to find the best, most empowering shows for elementary to middle-school girls. 5 min read
Depicting a moment 43 years ago, this movie engages a timeless subject: Equality requires hard work. It’s a fight that pioneers like Billie Jean King took on for all women, and with women still not paid equally to men in many professions, one that continues today.
The books we’ve chosen for the first Girl & Grown-Up Book Club meetings of the 2017-2018 school year feature characters who are struggling to develop new friendships and dealing with change in their existing friendships. We chose to think about these books with a focus on inclusion and empathy.
“FOMO,” short for “fear of missing out,” isn’t new. What’s markedly different now is how public it has become, with social media documenting exactly how, what, when, and where girls are not included.