100 Years, 100 Women

Holly GardnerHolly Gardner is TT Editor, as well as a Freelance Publisher. She has been working with @TeacherToolkit for over 6 years – since she published his first book in her role as Senior Commissioning Editor at Bloomsbury Publishing. Since then, she left her day job,… Read more about Holly GardnerWhich inspirational women would you interview?For 100 years, women have had a say in who runs our country thanks to the long fight of our suffragette ancestors. The year 2018 is the centenary of some women winning the right to vote in the UK.Although the struggle for equality of the sexes is still far from over, it is important to reflect on the progress that has been made and the freedom that women in the UK do have, and this important anniversary offers a great opportunity to do so.100 Interviews with Women in EducationI will be interviewing 100 women working in the field of education – or in the public eye – in order to catalogue their lives, celebrate their successes, discuss the challenges they face and discover what they would like to pass on to the next generation. The interviews will include conversations with school teachers and leaders, founders of education technology companies, women working in educational environments that are typically male dominated or those doing something particularly fantastic to inspire the next generation of girls. I will be documenting my journey and publishing all of the women’s stories here on Teacher Toolkit, publishing interviews via podcasts, videos or blogposts. I feel extremely privileged and very excited to be embarking on a project that will give me access to so many women’s lives and I can’t wait to start sharing the conversations I’ve already had.Follow Us Throughout 2018We will be publishing the first interview on 6th February, 100 years to the day that the act that gave women the right to vote was passed. See below for more key dates coming this year:6th February 1918: the Representation of the People Act was passed which gave women the vote21 November 1918: The Parliament (Qualification of Women) Act provided women with the right to stand for Parliament14 December 1918: Women vote in an election for the first time.Make sure you follow our journey on social media using #TTkit100women and please get in touch, comment below, if you have any recommendations of women you’d like to see us interview.The Interviews so farYou can listen to or read all the interviews we’ve published so far here:Pryia LakhaniHelen SkeltonJaz Ampaw-FarrDame Alison PeacockMajor Nics Wetherill Carla HooperSofia FenichellJo TwistJennifer HollandHannah WilsonPatranjali BhattacharyaDaisy GardnerBecky KenneallyAlison KrielVivienne PorrittNatasha DevonJenny FogartyRelated

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