Male state workers earn more than their female counterparts in many states, including California, Idaho, Maryland and Texas.
By Sallie Krawcheck
Workers have families, too. If they need to go part time, their commitment to the company shouldn't be questioned, Sallie Krawcheck writes.
There are an estimated 1.4 million trans Americans, and physicians told the PBS NewsHour Weekend that demand is increasing for health care specific to them. Many doctors are confronting the issue of fertility among trans communities.
Here's a different take: Women don't need to conform to a man's game to find success in the workplace, Sallie Krawcheck says.
By Denisa R. Superville, Education Week
Even though K-12 education is largely a female enterprise, men dominate the chief executive's office in numbers that look especially bleak given that the pool of talent is deep with women.
Some Americans are wearing safety pins as a symbol of solidarity with victims of racism, homophobia and religious discrimination.
By Steve Gardiner
As a high school English teacher, I have been crossing out the singular use of the word “they” for many years. It's time to move on.
By PBS NewsHour
In her new book “Girls & Sex,” Peggy Orenstein suggests that we re-think sexual intimacy, in both education and our everyday lives. While she acknowledges the importance of the national debate on campus sexual assault, Orenstein also urges us to…
By Karlyn Bowman and Heather Sims
As America’s first African-American president finishes his second term, his historic presidency could be followed by another one -- that of our first female president. There are regular references to Hillary Clinton’s gender on the campaign trail, but has the…
By Corinne Segal
An Oregon circuit court has ruled that a resident can change their legal gender to "nonbinary," a gender identity that is neither male nor female.
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