Supporting and Graduating African American Girls and Women in STEM
The best-selling instructional and urban education text centered on low-income and middle-class African American girls and women in STEM successfully earning undergraduate degrees.
The book is about African American girls and women continuing to pursue their dreams of obtaining degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields despite obstacles.
Below are some additional tools that you'll discover inside this text:
•Learn more about the undergraduate experiences of STEM majors who graduated from predominantly white institutions.
•Understand how to navigate the hidden curriculum within undergraduate STEM majors.
•Discover hidden support networks that high school and college students should use to be successful by graduating with undergraduate STEM degrees.
•Obtain recommendations for succeeding and graduating with undergraduate STEM degrees.
•Discover the culturally responsive teaching framework for undergraduate STEM majors.
•Master the call to action for students pursuing undergraduate STEM degrees.
A must read for girls with early interests in STEM majors in K-12 schools; students who want to pursue STEM fields and medical degrees, families, educators, administrators, and policymakers.