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Girls deserve to have engineering role models to look up to. DiscoverE’s Girl Day, which is on 20 February 2020, helps inspire the next generation...
Introducing kids to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) helps instill valuable lessons in problem-solving, critical thinking, experimentation and teamwork that are critical in a...
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Teaching kids math and science through inquiry and problem-based learning can help them while they are in elementary school, and throughout life. An international study...

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