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Status of Girls in Wisconsin Report

Status of Girls in Wisconsin Report Cover 2007 While the media may pick up an occasional story about girls fighting, or studies on girls’ progress in school may attract the attention of a concerned public, finding information on what affects girls across a variety of arenas is often more challenging. The Status of Girls in Wisconsin report and its updates keep the professional community and the public informed about girls across many contexts and settings. As such, this report provides necessary resources and links for schools, nonprofits, government and girl-serving agencies as they seek to meet the needs of girls in our state. Nowhere else is there a more comprehensive, contextually based categorization of the issues that face our girls.

Status of Girls in Wisconsin Report Cover 2010 When we first published the Status of Girls in Wisconsin report, there were only a handful of states attempting such a project. Now many more have joined in the effort to establish similar reports in their states. The Alverno College Research Center for Women and Girls has provided important initial input into the process for creating this report in several states across the country. Our Status of Girls protocol provides critical information for those contemplating the construction of this report in their state, region or community.

Status of Girls in Wisconsin Report 2007
Status of Girls in Wisconsin Report 2010
Status of Girls in Wisconsin Appendices 2010
Status of Girls in Wisconsin Protocol

“The Status of Girls in Wisconsin report opens the door to understanding behaviors, needs and perspectives of girls across our state. These girls are prospective leaders, workers and educators and we need to tend to them now. Knowing more of their aspirations, dilemmas and successes will help us equip them with the proper tools as they journey into their future.”


– Dr. Sandra Graham
Alverno College