Wikipedia:WikiProject Women in Red/Educators

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WiR redlist index: Educators


Welcome to WikiProject Women in Red (WiR). Our objective is to turn red links into blue ones. Our scope is women's biographies, women's works, and women's issues, broadly construed.

This list of red links is intended to serve as a basis for creating new articles on the English Wikipedia. All new articles must satisfy Wikipedia's notability criteria; red links on this list may or may not qualify. Lists that are not updated by ListeriaBot (talk) need to be updated manually.

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  • This is a Missing Articles worklist for Wikipedia:WikiProject Women in Red for women educators. It includes teachers, researchers and other members of educational efforts excluding college and above.
  • These articles are held to an additional standard; they must satisfy Wikipedia's Wikipedia:Notability (academics) criteria. People on these lists may or may not qualify.

Australia

Canada

  • Janet Isabel Carruthers (born 1894) Canadian teacher and children's writer. Carruthers taught in a school for Native Americans in the Canadian bushland of North Ontario.

Chile

India

Japan

Kenya

Mexico

  • Gema López, Public Educator and Teacher from Baja California Mexico.

Morocco


Poland

  • Wanda Szuman (pl) (1890-1994) multiple award winning Polish educator
  • Natalia Twersky, grew up in Poland and survived Auschwitz. An award is given in her name [18]

Sierra Leone

Sudan

Switzerland

  • Olga Meyer (1889-1972) was a Swiss teacher and children's writer

Uganda

United Kingdom

Constance Rulka Photo taken at the Opening of her Renaissance library
  • Constance Rulka, (1926-2014) Teacher, Examiner in English for the Oxford and Cambridge Joint Matriculation Board. Author of textbooks in English language and Poetry for Macmillan Publishing company, School Trustee for Squamish School district 48, wrote a regular weekly column entitled “Sound Schools” for the Chief newspaper in Squamish as well as articles for Teacher Newsmagazine. Chief Examiner and Assistant Registrar for the West African Examinations Council. She was awarded The Educational Press Association of America “Distinguished Achievement Award” given for excellence in Educational Journalism (1992). In 2003 she was awarded the Golden Leaf Award - “Writing and Editing” Educational Issues Reporting from the Canadian Educational Press Association. On June 13, 2006, School District No. 48 honored Constance Rulka’s contributions and renamed the Howe Sound Secondary School Library “The Constance Rulka Library”

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  • Erma Johnson Hadley, African American educator who was first woman and first African American to lead the Tarrant County College district. Texas Women's hall of fame.
  • Elsie Jones Hare, (1903-1985) Educator, Florida Women's Hall of Fame
  • Helen Hefferman, California commissioner of Education and prominent progressive educator. See: Kathleen Weiler, Democracy and Schooling in California (2011).
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  • Debra Moser, professor and assistent dean in the College of Nursing and holder of the first endowed chair in nursing at the University of Kentucky, recipient of the 2018 Sarah Bennett Holmes Award[25][26][27][28][29]
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References

  1. ^ http://prideofaustralia.com.au/past-winners/2012/qld; The Project on Channel 10 in Oct|2012; The Courier Mail Oct|2012; QWeekend in The Courier Mail Dec|2012 http://sci-s03.bacs.uq.edu.au/biol/biol-news/december12/QWeekend%20Franklin.pdf; Today Tonight on Channel 7 in March| 2013 http://au.news.yahoo.com/today-tonight/lifestyle/family/article/-/16301605/inspiring-teachers-class-act/
  2. ^ https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/08/obituaries/tzipora-jochsberger-founder-of-a-jewish-arts-school-dies-at-96.html


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