Teachers and school leaders, along with parents, are the most significant influencers when it comes to enthusing girls about their STEM potential. STEM industries need more women! Find out how to create a school that inspires girls in STEM.

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Girls in STEM

By year 12, there are marked participation differences between boys and girls in a number of STEM subjects. So what is going on? Understand the factors that shape subject choices for 50% of our nation’s students.

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Lesson plans

Discover engaging lesson plans for STEM that can be used to create a gender neutral learning environment.

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Career advice

The shortage of women in fields like science and engineering continues to be a challenge for companies across Australia. Help young women see themselves as engineers, scientists or mathematicians and find a pathway to a career in STEM.

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STEM community

A key approach to engaging and motivating students to study STEM subjects and pursue careers in STEM is to foster relationships with industry, TAFEs, universities and business. 

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