Author: Limited expectations can stifle girls' scientific curiosity

In her National Science Foundation book New Formulas for America's Workforce: Girls in Science and Engineering, Pat McNees outlines approaches for sparking girls' interest in scientific, engineering and technical careers. McNees recommends that parents and teachers encourage girls to get messy, allow them to make mistakes and give them lots of opportunities for hands-on activities.

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