To honor Women’s History Month we will be sharing inspiring stories of women who have made or are currently making contributions to education. First off we will be presenting a list of 8 women in U.S. Education History we think you should know about. These women paved the way for future generations to continue to break glass ceilings.
Continuing our celebration of black educators and innovators with 6 more people you should know. These trailblazers are continuing the work of people like Fanny Jackson Coppin, they continue to pioneer and elevate the system to be better for everyone.
Here at Case•it, education and innovation go hand-in-hand. Black History Month blog series, we wanted to share with you 6 of 12 very special people. These individuals are making a significant impact and thus making history.
We look forward to celebrating Black History Month, sharing stories of educators and innovators and their accomplishments that have contributed positively to our society. Learn about the country’s first female African American principal, Fanny Jackson Coppin. She overcame and conquered many challenges, and inspired future generations in education and business.