Thanks for this Ann, remarkable and inspired project and one I’m very happy to share across my networks. Most deserving of the collective place in the Hall of Fame, certainly. Good to be introduced to new names.
Here are links to 13 extraordinary women whose contributions to education earn them a collective place in the Educational Thinkers’ Hall of Fame. They feature in a 2013 calendar called, Inspiring Edinburgh Women who advanced the cause of education in Scotland.
The calendar is available online at http://www.latebloomers.co.uk/wforum/weacalendar/index.html and has brief but informative biographies of each of the women in clickable links for each month.
Members and learners of the WEA Lothian Women’s Forum researched and compiled the calendar. The Forum is a self-organising student group of the WEA concerned with planning and organising women’s education workshops, classes and activities in Edinburgh and the Lothians
It’s worth clicking on the link to start with the striking cover photograph of WEA voluntary member Evelyn Muir who is pictured with the WEA Edinburgh and Lothian banner. Liz Beevers took the photograph as groups from across Scotland gathered at the Meadows in Edinburgh…
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