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High School Offers All-Female Engineering Class

Kewaskum High School in Kewaskum, Wisconsin has launched the state’s first all-female engineering class. Currently there are 17 female students taking the class.
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Fields that are strongly male-dominated tend to stay that way. Female students often avoid obtaining instruction in subjects in which other female students would be scarce in the class.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports on a school that has pioneered a solution. Kewaskum High School in Kewaskum, Wisconsin has launched the state’s first all-female engineering class. Currently there are 17 female students taking the class. Read more.

 

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