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Ella Flagg Young
A look at the achievements of pioneer American educator, Ella Fagg Young.
# 124688 | 2,500 words | 20 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Education (Administration) , Women Studies (Historical Figures)

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A brief history of pioneer American educator Ella Fagg Young, the first woman to be elected superintendent of the Chicago school system and president of the National Education Association.

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"Ella Flagg Young was, simply stated, one of the most influential women to ever pass through the American Educational system. A dedicated and caring educator, Ella Flagg Young fought throughout her entire life to tear down the gender barriers facing women in the educational system. Her list of firsts is truly impressive; the first woman principal of a school in Chicago, the first woman superintendent of a school board and the first woman elected president of the National Education Association. Faced with constant adversity and dealing with a school..."

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