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EDUCATING GIRLS CAN BOOST GLOBAL OUTLOOK

Fordham’s Graduate School of Social Service’s (GSS) Institute for Women and Girls hosted a program that highlighted the importance of education for girls on a national and global level.

Held as part of the Institute’s Annual Women’s Symposia, in conjunction with International Women’s Day, the March 15 program drew 125 attendees. The conference aimed to explore impactful early childhood education global initiatives.

Rachelle Kammer, Ph.D, director of the institute and clinical associate professor at GSS, emphasized the interconnectedness of education and socioeconomic issues.

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