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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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Elephant Toothpaste Won’t Close the Achievement Gap
Discover ways to combat Summer Slide with staff training and support for meaningful summer learning.
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Microsoft Philanthropies and Inclusive Computer Science Education
Presenters showcase the Microsoft Guide to Inclusive Computer Science Education and its takeaways in this webinar recording.
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The Challenges and Strategies of Reaching Hard to Reach Girls with STEM Education
Participants discuss action steps for reaching girls with additional barriers to STEM education in this impact discussion.
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Glossary
This glossary — a companion item to the NGCP Brand Guide — was created as a tool for Local Collaboratives, mini-grant applicants, partners, and staff.
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Wonder Park: A Girl-Centered Discussion with Paramount
Mireille Soria discusses presenting girl-positive, STEM-supportive media and shares her professional journey in animation in this webinar recording,
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Latina Sisters Identify Disparities in High School CS Classes and Take Action for Change
We wanted students who cannot afford to take computer science classes to get a chance to experience and learn for free.
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Grace Hopper: The Mother of Computer Science
A look at the influential Grace Hopper, written by an alumna of NGCP's Youth Advisory Board.
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Physicist, Philosopher, Mathematician, Mother: Who Was Emilie du Châtelet and Why Does She Matter?
Emilie — and her legacy — is very much alive in the 21st century. Her literary, scientific, and mathematical opus outlives her.
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Epic Fail! Working to Reframe the Concept of Failing
It can be tricky to change a student’s thinking about failing. Here are some tips for reframing the concept.
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