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Dear STEM Leaders,

Will you join me? We need you to contribute to the conversation! Please join me and your colleagues at the National Summit for Educational Equity. We'll be in Arlington, VA, on April 24-27, and you won't want to miss the great educational equity experience we have lined up for this year. Check out our Schedule at a Glance.  

In access, equity, and diversity,

Mimi 


Meagan Pollock will lead a pre-conference workshop on Realizing Potential with Mindset on June 12 during the WEPAN Change Leader Forum. Learn more >>


 Publications
Breaking the STEM Ceiling for Girls
Ana Maria Munoz-Boudet, The World Bank
Although countries have dramatically closed gender gaps in education and labor force participation, gender differences within education and employment persist. Read More >>
Girls Draw Even with Boys in High School STEM Classes, But Still Lag in College and Careers
Carolyn Jones, EdSource
High school engineering classrooms look a lot different than they did a few decades ago, and it's not just because of computers. Those classes now have girls. Lots of girls. Read More >>
Too Ethical to Get Ahead?
Colleen Flaherty, Insider Higher Ed
Study finds that physicists are more likely to describe women as ethical scientists, but in ways that potentially limit their productivity and competitiveness. Read More >> 
The Way We Teach Math Is Holding Women Back
Jo Boaler, Motto
A Stanford math professor encourages a different teaching approach. Read More >> 
The STEM Superhero of Sesame Street
Kate Stringer, The Atlantic
How and why the lovable, mistake-prone Grover was selected to teach children about STEM. Read More >> 
Within Integrated Schools, De Facto Segregation Persists   
Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun
They were classmates and best friends, and they both wanted to get into the 11th-grade Advanced Placement English class at Columbia's Hammond High School. Read More >> 
Resources
Created by IWPR, Status of Women in the States provides data that change agents can use to improve the status of women.

A Google fact sheet, Computer Science Learning: Closing the Gap, focuses exclusively on the K-12 CS experiences of Black students.

AAUW's report and infographic, The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap, succinctly addresses these issues by going beyond the widely reported 80 percent statistics.

Women's Quick Facts brings to life insightful data on the impact of women that everyone should know.

Want a Sally Ride figurine? Lego releases 'women of NASA' set.

Share with the world how you engage diverse students in inclusive engineering, and compete to win a $1000 travel award to the 2017 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference in Columbus, Ohio, June 24-28, 2017.

Microsoft has launched an ad that shows girls the steps they have to take to make their STEM goals a reality.

NASA highlights women in STEM with a virtual field trip.

The Cooke Young Scholars Program is a selective 5-year pre-college scholarship program for high-performing 7th grade students that provides individualized academic advising and financial support.
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