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Balancing the Equation: Where are Women and Girls in Science, Engineering, and Technology?
by the National Council for Research on Women
$22 plus postage and handling--NCRW, 11 Hanover Square, New York, NY 10005

This book identifies the gains made in science, engineering, and technology, the key challenges that remain, the lesson learned, and new issues that must be addressed. Includes resource guide and recommendations from contributing experts.

Girls FIRST: A Guide to Starting Science Clubs for Girls
by Linda Kekelis and Etta Heber
$25 plus shipping and handling, 2201 Chabot Space and Science Center, Oakland, CA .

A resource guide for teachers, parents, and anyone interested in encouraging girls in science. Step-by-step directions for hosting a science club, resources and ideas to encourage girls in science, and ideas for role models and field trips. or call (510)336-7382

Lifting the Barriers: 600 Strategies that really work to increase girls' participation in science.
by Jo Sanders

The Scientist Within You: Experiments and biographies of distinguished women in science.
by Rebecca L. Warren and Mary H. Thompson

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