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Girls outscore boys on tech, engineering, even without class
by Sally Ho
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30 April 2019
On 30 April 2019 The Associated Press reported:
Though less likely to study in a formal technology or engineering course, America's girls are showing more mastery of those subjects than their boy classmates, according to newly released national education data. The latest findings suggest the decade-long effort to champion more opportunities for girls and women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math is gaining ground.
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The test measured the ability to use technology and engineering principles to tackle real-world scenario tasks such as building a bike path or creating a museum exhibit, and tapped into elements of economics, history, math, science, and reading. Girls especially outperformed boys in the areas of communication and collaboration.
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