Gender inequality in STEM education directly translates into the STEM workforce, only around a quarter of which currently identifies as female. This prevents us from developing the diverse community that science needs to thrive. Maria Rossini, Head of Education at the British Science Association (BSA), offers some practical suggestions on ways to bridge the gender gap in STEM.
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