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Search by resource type, topic, or keyword to find strategies, tools, and activities to advance STEM education for girls. This growing library includes resources for K-12 formal and informal educators, higher education faculty, industry and business leaders, and government.

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Exemplary Practices: Evaluation & Assessment
These user-friendly instruments, websites, and evaluation guides can help programs effectively evaluate and assess their efforts.
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Exemplary Practices: Collaboration
Collaboration enables professionals across projects and communities to generate and carry out creative solutions and strategies.
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Creating Connections with NASA’s Universe of Learning and Museum Alliance
Discover how you can get access to NASA staff, resources, and professional development.
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Suiting Up for Space and STEM
Find out how spacesuits keep astronauts safe in this Q&A with Sharon McDougle, former Space Shuttle Crew Escape Equipment Manager.
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Scaling Our Impact: Changing Girls’ Lives Through STEM with Greater Reach
Techbridge Girls reflects on the strategies, driven by deep research and the voices of the girls it serves, used in its 5-year scale-up.
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Scully, Sylvia, and the Girl Next Door
We know there are disparities for women in STEM. A new initiative offers resources to help level the playing field for every girl.
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One Size Won’t Fit All: The Unique Challenges of Diversity in Computing
SRF shares its latest research on gender and STEM and how adults can attract more girls to computing fields in this webinar recording.
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Making the Universe, with Paper
Astronomy may often feel like a pretty hands-off science. Luckily, there are ways that anyone can make a (representative) piece of the Universe.
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A Student's Perspective: How Different Teaching Methods Influence Girls in STEM
Last summer, I worked doing something I love — teaching math — and I absolutely hated it. Let me explain.
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