Addressing gender inequity in STEM: Lessons from 20 years of F-12 engineering education research (Sneider & Ravel, 2021)

Sneider and Ravel (2021, p. 63) review the myriad of studies targeting issues facing marginalised groups in STEM, including girls and young women. The authors presented an encouraging interpretation of 263 research studies, showing that “multiple methods have successfully addressed a major social inequity: improving attitudes, STEM skills, and career aspirations of girls”.
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