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How Classrooms Stymie Women of Color in STEM

By Kristyn Lue

March 30, 2017

We must be critical of STEM education efforts, which often overlook the subtle ways we perpetuate STEM disparity in classrooms.

How Classrooms Stymie Women of Color in STEM

We must be critical of STEM education efforts, which often overlook the subtle ways we perpetuate STEM disparity in classrooms.


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