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It’s Women’s History Month, and from courageous contemporaries like Malala Yousafza, to early STEM pioneers like Marie Curie, schools across the U.S. are teaching students just what little girls are made of (hint: sugar and spice are optional).
You have heard the statistics and know the challenges.
By Cheryl Oldham
Vice President, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Center for Education and Workforce