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  • Impact Teen Drivers

    Impact Teen Drivers

    Car crashes have been the leading cause of death for American teens for generations. Impact Teen Drivers (ITD) is a leading non-profit organization dedicated to reversing this pervasive yet 100% preventable crisis. ITD’s mission is to develop, promote, and facilitate evidence-based education and strategies to save lives and reduce injuries and fatalities caused by reckless and distracted driving.

  • Periodic Table of Chemical Elements

    American Chemistry Society

    Resources, educational activities and resources for students and educators from elementary school to post-doc, including a gallery of periodic tables from preschool through high school from the American Chemistry Society.

  • Go Girl Go! Parents Guide

    Women's Sports Foundation

    The Parents’ Guide will give you some insight into the latest knowledge about motivating your daughter to become active and creating a positive and supportive environment for girls. There are also some ideas on how to communicate better with your daughter, build her self-esteem and help her to make confident decisions.

  • In Focus: Women and girls in sport

    UN Women (United Nations)

    Led by UN Women, the Sport for Generation Equality Initiative is inviting stakeholders from across the sports ecosystem to be part of a powerful coalition to make gender equality a lived reality in and through sport. Together, this coalition will accelerate efforts to promote women’s leadership and equality in governance models, prevent and respond to gender-based violence, close the gap in investment in women’s sport and promote equal economic opportunities, promote women’s equal participation and bias-free representation in media, and provide equal opportunities for girls in sport, physical activity and physical education.

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