Women’s Access to Public Education

As discussion of education budgets for 2012 moves forward, historian Jill Lepore provides a poignant reminder of the importance of public education in the lives of women.

Jill Lepore’s op-ed, entitled “Poor Jane’s Almanac,” appears in the New York Times.

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