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    Lyn Reese

    Lyn Reese of Berkeley, California, is director and founder of Women in World History Curriculum. She holds a B.A. in History from Mount Holyoke, an MA in History from Stanford University, and has served as resource teacher in California schools. Lyn began developing World History curriculum after receiving a number of U.S. Department of Education Women’s Educational Equity Act grants. She has presented at numerous teacher workshops both nationally and internationally, has researched and published seventeen world history curriculum units for middle and high school levels, written articles for educational journals, contributed to U.S. history texts, CDs, and anthologies on women’s history. In addition, she created and maintains the Women in World History Curriculum web site which provides content, lesson plans, and ways to access curriculum materials. Currently she also is helping create exhibit themes and school programs for the new San Francisco International Museum of Women.
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    Women's History Panel

    Lyn Reese of Berkeley, California, is director and founder of Women in World History Curriculum. She holds a B.A. in History from Mount Holyoke, an MA in History from Stanford University, and has served as resource teacher in California schools. Lyn began developing World History curriculum after receiving a number of U.S. Department of Education Women’s Educational Equity Act grants. She has presented at numerous teacher workshops both nationally and internationally, has researched and published seventeen world history curriculum units for middle and high school levels, written articles for educational journals, contributed to U.S. history texts, CDs, and anthologies on women’s history. In addition, she created and maintains the Women in World History Curriculum web site which provides content, lesson plans, and ways to access curriculum materials. Currently she also is helping create exhibit themes and school programs for the new San Francisco International Museum of Women.
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    Lyn Reese of Berkeley, California, is director and founder of Women in World History Curriculum. She holds a B.A. in History from Mount Holyoke, an MA in History from Stanford University, and has served as resource teacher in California schools. Lyn began developing World History curriculum after receiving a number of U.S. Department of Education Women’s Educational Equity Act grants. She has presented at numerous teacher workshops both nationally and internationally, has researched and published seventeen world history curriculum units for middle and high school levels, written articles for educational journals, contributed to U.S. history texts, CDs, and anthologies on women’s history. In addition, she created and maintains the Women in World History Curriculum web site which provides content, lesson plans, and ways to access curriculum materials. Currently she also is helping create exhibit themes and school programs for the new San Francisco International Museum of Women.
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