Women in STEM: Caroline -- software engineer

Gender Equitable Teaching Practices in Career and Technical Education Pathways for High School Girls is a three-year professional development initiative designed to help science technology engineering and math (STEM) and career and technical education (CTE) educators recruit and retain more high school girls from diverse backgrounds in STEM pathways. The project seeks to enhance the teaching and coaching practices of CTE-STEM educators, guidance counselors and role models with gender equitable and culturally responsive strategies; research the impacts of strategies and role model experiences on girls’ interest in STEM careers; and evaluate the effectiveness of the training in these strategies. Click here to learn more.

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