Engaging Girls In STEM: Enablers and Barriers

By QUEST Alliance


Online and India

Date & time

11 September 2020



11 September 2020


About this event

Registration: https://bit.ly/3lz3j0h

The future of work is anchored by technology, and yet, women continue to lag behind men with regard to their access to technology, the skills to use it, and employment in tech, and therefore risk missing out on the potential benefits of technological innovation.

On the eve of International Programmer’s Day, Quest Alliance brings together sector practitioners and experts for the launch of their white paper titled – Engaging Girls in STEM: Enablers and Barriers.

The paper highlights:

  • The need to re-imagine STEM beyond a group of subjects to a 21st century mindset
  • Gender gap in STEM education and factors that influence this in India
  • The role of key stakeholders and policy needed to enable girls to pursue STEM education and careers
  • Learnings from the #IBMSTEMforGirlsIndia program in government secondary schools across 10 states

This white paper is published with support from IBM and knowledge partners Tandem Research.

For more details, visit: http://www.quest2learn.net/

About Quest2Learn:

Quest2Learn is a knowledge, innovation and organisational learning initiative by Quest Alliance that brings together critical stakeholders from the education and skills training ecosystem across India and the world. Leading practitioners, educators, design thinkers, technologists, entrepreneurs and community investors will come together to explore good practices, insights, analyse new trends in learning, validate approaches, and build on new ideas around the education-skills divide.

In response to the Covid-19 global pandemic, Quest to Learn, this year, is hosting these conversations virtually. Through a series of webinars and virtual engagements, we aim to catalyse new perspectives and solutions co-created with the community – together contributing to thought leadership on the future of work and learning.

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