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Each year NGCP presents a high-level summary of the most compelling statistics and research on the state of girls and women in STEM, focused on K-12 Education, Higher Education, and the STEM Workforce.

We've created a tool kit with graphics of these statistics and research to help our Local Collaboratives and girl-serving STEM organizations. These free graphics can be used on social media (see sample posts below) and in presentations. Please share the tool kit in your newsletters and with your network.

  • Created annually by @ngcproject, the State of Girls and Women in STEM report presents a high-level summary of the most compelling statistics and research on the state of girls and women in STEM. Check it out! https://bit.ly/3KbXHV5
  • Women have earned about 57% of all bachelor's degrees and half of all S & E bachelor's degrees. However, women's participation in STEM differs by field of study. Check @ngcproject's latest publication on the current state of Girls and Women in STEM. https://bit.ly/3KbXHV5
  • Women continue to be underrepresented in the STEM workforce. Gender gaps in education pathways persist, limiting access, preparation, and career opportunities. Here,.@ngcproject shares the current state of Girls and Women in STEM. https://bit.ly/3KbXHV5
K-12 education: Girls' and young women's achievement in mathematics is on par with that of boys and young men.

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