SESTEM

SESTEM’s objective was to explore the acknowledged problem of gender imbalance in STEM education. The project’s aim was three fold: to study the decision-making process of girls’ and boys’ (from the ages of 14-18) when choosing school subjects, to raise girls’ interest in STEM subjects by building parental awareness via promotion of parent-school collaborations and to develop a set of indicators to facilitate the observation of progress in STEM education and gender equality.

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