Leta Stetter Hollingworth: How She Became Pioneer of Gifted Education
from Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Leta Stetter Hollingworth graduated from the University of Nebraska at the age of 19 and started working as a school teacher. After a couple of years, she moved to New York to marry a former classmate. Her plan was to keep teaching, but she was crushed to learn no public school in New York would hire a married woman as a teacher. Hollingworth, born in 1886, faced strict gender norms.
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