Susan
Zeiger


Susan is a program director at Primary Source, a global education nonprofit based in Massachusetts that develops curriculum resources and professional learning opportunities for K–12 schools. Zeiger has authored books and articles, including Entangling Alliances: Foreign War Brides and American Soldiers in the Twentieth Century.

Articles by Susan

Insist on Persistent Women: Women's History in the K-8 Classroom

Young people need stories of persistent women who have fought for gender equality. Women's History Month is a good time for us to recommit to teaching those stories.

When Teachers Read the World

A teacher book group dedicated to reading diverse literature for young people and adults can foster cultural competence and support anti-bias teaching.
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