'Spark of brilliance' bias holding back women in science?
from The Christian Science Monitor
As the country strives to improve education in science, technology, engineering, and math, one issue that continues to dog the effort is a relative dearth of women in some key STEM fields at the nation's universities. In seeking to understand why women are underrepresented in many science and math fields, a study suggests that society sees them as lacking the 'innate brilliance' needed.
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