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Building interest: STEM programs help encourage girls to become engineers

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Teacher Chantel Jones and student April Jose-Celaya from Arthur Elementary work together during a junior botball challenge. [Photo provided by Oklahoma City Public Schools]
Teacher Chantel Jones and student April Jose-Celaya from Arthur Elementary work together during a junior botball challenge. [Photo provided by Oklahoma City Public Schools]
An interest in science, math and how things work comes naturally for some girls. For those who are more hesitant, great role models help. Most of the teachers at Arthur Elementary School in the Oklahoma City school district are women, said Carrie Price, the lead science and math teacher. One is a chemical engineer who became a certified...
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