FHI 360 and the New York Academy of Sciences are leading a capacity-building project for the National Science Foundation that will advance research and practice on developing a strong math identity in girls. The project is guided by a diverse planning committee of researchers and practitioners who are thought leaders in gender identity, STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) identity, math identity, youth development, and teaching and learning. STEM and math identity are two important elements within the larger context of academic identity and achievement.

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