How prior to the 20th century women in the US became educated
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a) Using examples and references from the main text, articles, and other relevant readings, discuss how, prior to the 20th century, women in the US became educated, in spite of societal assumptions and expectations about women.
b) Using suggested articles posted on Bb (week twelve folder), and/or from your own research, discuss how issues of race, socioeconomic status, or sexuality, disability, further complicate women’s experiences in higher education