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Gender Equity in STEM Education

Educators can have a powerful influence on girls in the classroom. Exposing students to women in professional STEM fields through curriculum resources and hands-on activities can break the gender stereotype and lead girls to become successful women in STEM careers. It is important for students to work together in groups and have various responsibilities when doing science investigations. This helps foster a sense of belonging for girls and reduces negative labels such as “girls aren’t good at math” or “boys are better at science".

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