APME 2018 Ch 2: Girls Stem Institute: Transforming and Empowering Black Girls in Mathematics through STEM (Download)
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This PDF file presents a chapter of Annual
Perspectives in Mathematics 2018: Rehumanizing Mathematics for Black,
Indigenous, and Latinx Students in a downloadable file that preserves the
design and layout of the book while allowing users to search and print selected
Chapter 2: “Girls
STEM Institute: Transforming and Empowering Black Girls in Mathematics through STEM.” Crystal Hill Morton (Indiana
University–Purdue University Indianapolis) and Demetrice Smith-Mutegi (Martin University) tell about an
informal learning program that provides holistic learning opportunities for
girls of color who are historically marginalized in STEM fields. The project’s
goals are to improve the achievement, confidence and well-being of girls of
color and their families.
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