Women and girls are doing amazing things in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. But the roads they’ve travelled and their stories aren’t always visible. And it can be hard to see at what point women and girls’ representation drops off.
The STEM Equity Monitor is a national data resource on girls and women, and other underrepresented groups in STEM that sheds light on these issues.
It follows participation in STEM from primary and high school, higher education, graduation, through to the workforce and into leadership.
The monitor presents all of these stories through interactive data, which allows you to explore your area of interest, browse across different stages of the STEM pathway and tailor data to suit your needs. It even has case studies sharing peoples’ experiences in school and in their STEM field or career.
Check it out and explore this enormous data resource. Find out more about the STEM Equity Monitor at industry.gov.au/STEMEquityMonitor.