A Complex Formula : Girls and Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in Asia
To support our efforts, this report, A Complex Formula: Girls and Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in Asia, asks the fundamental question: what may influence the choices of girls and women to pursue STEM fields of study and occupations?
Through analysis of female participation in these fields, learning achievement and educational, psychosocial and economic influences, it answers three important questions with regard to girls and women in STEM: Where do we stand? What let us here? Where to from here? This report, which focuses on seven country studies in Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, the Republic of Korea and Viet Nam, is a significant report for us here in Asia, one which provides the foundation for furthur study and policy formulation in this region and beyond. Ultimately, the report tells us that early and targeted intervention through education can greatly facilitate girls' and women's increased participation in STEM fields.
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