MiSTEM Regional Division 13

Social Justice Resources

Ensuring STEM is accessible to all students within the Northwestern Lower MiSTEM Network is a core belief. We have accumulated these resources for you to use within your schools and classrooms. Each has been linked out for you to explore the best fit for you and your students. If you don’t see a solid social justice resource that should be included, please send them to Drea Weiner, MiSTEM Network Regional Director for review. 

39 LGBTQ+ STEM Innovators and Resources

100 inspiring Hispanic/Latinx scientists in America

120 Orange Statues Have Taken Over the Smithsonian Grounds

179 Black Innovators in STEM + Arts You Should Know and Support!

A Pathway to Equitable Math Instruction

ASEE: LGBTQ+ Advocacy in STEM

Beyond Curie

Changing the Conversation: Messages for Improving Public Understanding of Engineering

The Codebreaker

Coded Bias

Culturally Relevant Math Practice

Curturally Responsive-Sustaining Computer Science Education: A Framework

Engineering Inclusion

GLSEN: Why (and How) STEM Curriculum Needs to Be LGBT Inclusive

Grand Challenge: Balance the Equation - A Grand Challenge for Algebra 1

How I'm Fighting Bias in Algorithms

If/Then Collection


Kapor Center

Library of Congress: Women's History Month

MISSION: To elevate and advance gender parity in technology and celebrate the women forging innovation

NAPE: Role Models

NAPE: STEM Equity Program Evaluation Rubric

National Academy of Sciences: Progress was Neither Swift Nor Easy

NGCP: The State of Girls & Women in STEM

NSF: Evidence-based Strategies for Attracting & Retaining Girls and Women in STEM

STEM Ed Innovators

STEM Role Models Posters

Teaching Tolerance: Social Justice Standards

Women's History Month: 50+ Women in Science and Engineering to Learn More About

Women of STEM

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