6 ways to create an environment that supports girls in STEM

06/17/2013 | MiddleWeb

The demand for jobs in science, technology, engineering and math continues to outpace the supply of educated and trained individuals to fill these positions, but encouraging more girls to pursue careers in STEM can help narrow the gap, educator Anne Jolly writes in this blog post. She shares key steps -- such as providing a risk-free learning space and offering various STEM projects -- educators can take to help create a classroom culture that will inspire more girls to pursue STEM careers.

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