Science program for elementary girls expands

09/24/2007 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Hundreds of first- to third-grade Massachusetts girls will learn about human anatomy, even dissecting cow hearts as part of a program that aims to infuse girls with confidence in math and science. "We're starting at a very young age," said Science Club for Girls executive director Connie Chow, "because we want to nurture the natural curiosity children have for the world around us."

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