What Matters to Girls in STEM. Margaret Eisenhart School of Education University of Colorado Boulder. 1. Provide Information about Possibilities in STEM Need for more people and more diverse people in STEM, especially engineering and information technology STEM jobs are good jobs
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What Matters to Girls in STEM
School of Education
University of Colorado Boulder
1. Provide Information about Possibilities in STEM
4. Provide On-going, Consistent Parental Support for Girls in STEM
support especially important
for girls in STEM
5. Support Transition from High School to College
6. Support Transition to Work and Family
Be alert for last-minute decisions
against STEM at these junctures.