STEM data reveals it’s just as important to measure behavior and engagement in different fields as it is to measure outcomes to increase STEM student retention.

STEM-girls [1]STEM is often lumped into a broad category of learning with specific fields overlooked in general research. But recent STEM data research into behavioral differences within specific subjects reveals that not all STEM classes are created gender equal—and some colleges and universities are better at supporting female engagement than others.

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