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500womenscientists Jun 10
“Nearly 83% of girls and young women in a September said seeing female characters on TV was important to them, and many who planned to pursue STEM majors and careers said that STEM characters in pop culture had influenced them.”
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Marshall Shepherd Jun 9
I dedicate my latest to my daughter. If you have a daughter, think about gender issues in , or are an educator, this piece may be useful. Thanks for contributing your thoughts
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Scott Kelly 10h
36 years ago today, Dr. Sally Ride became the 1st American woman in space. Her persistence in pursuit, passion and dedication to still empowers girls & women around the world today. We remember her trailblazing work and strive to further the future she envisioned.
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Tom Hall ☘ Jun 11
Newton's Third Law “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction” 🌎 💦
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Brockwell Junior Jun 11
On 22nd May 2019 we were Sent into Space. Watch the whole experience here.
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sense_of_place_ Jun 17
" role models increase girls' interest in STEM from 32 percent to 52 percent."
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Margo Dawson 34s
Thanks to for being a vendor to raise funds for JHCDC non-profit at 1st Juneteenth event & sharing our efforts.
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Ms. Park 4h
camp teamwork in all languages
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HR magazine Jun 14
Achieving a diverse STEM workforce requires more effort, says Barbara Whye, chief diversity and inclusion officer and VP of HR at
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Sigma Science 4h
Today’s SIGMA Science day involved Year 8 students from each of our 7 secondary schools competing to build powered gliders. Fantastic teamwork and perseverance from all involved. Well Done!
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Melba Jolly 7h
We've got basketball on our minds here in French Immersion Kindergarten ! Students made their own catapults for this fun activity!
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Pankhurst House 13h
So much talent at year 7 day.
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Billie Jean King 12h
On June 18, 1983, my friend Sally Ride became the first American woman in space, and opened up new doors in for young girls everywhere. She will never be forgotten.
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Mr. Penberthy 10h
Exploring theoretical & experimental probability with coins, dice, and playing cards
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Ms. Park 4h
These camp kids have got their technique down!
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The Girl Element Jun 14
⚡Our launch GIVEAWAY is LIVE!! ⚡ Win 1 of 5 PAIRS of our themed pyjamas for girls aged 2-13! Just like and RT to enter! Full T's and C's here on our Facebook Notes Page
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Kaitlin Lewis 11h
The amazing came in to do a water tower design challenge and we got a high score of 3!
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The Girl Element Jun 15
Have you entered our LAUNCH GIVEAWAY yet? A chance to win 1 of 5 pairs of our themed pyjamas for girls aged 2-13! Which print will you choose - Invent, Create or Think? Just RT to enter! Full competition T's and C's
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Rep. Abigail Spanberger 10h
36 years ago today, Dr. Sally Ride became the first American woman in space. Over the course of her groundbreaking career in , she demonstrated that when given equal opportunity, women will not only earn their seat at the table -they'll reach heights no one thought possible.
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Miss. Skok's Classroom 2h
Take Away: No matter what happens, just keep swimming! 🐠
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