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STEM careers are equally appealing to female and male students, but the achievement gap between the two groups continues, with females again trailing males in terms of readiness for college STEM coursework, according to ACT’s newly released report, STEM Education in the U.S.: Where We Are and What We Can Do.

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Click to tweet: New from #ACTInsights: Female #students continue to lag behind males in #STEM readiness. More from the fifth annual #ACT STEM report, out today:

Click to tweet: .@ACT makes several policy recommendations in a new report on #STEM readiness, which seeks to improve STEM readiness in the US. Take a look:

Click to tweet: Despite making up nearly half of the US #workforce, women are largely underrepresented in #STEM careers. Check out the findings and recommendations by @ACT in a new report on STEM readiness:

Click to tweet: .@ACT is out with its fifth annual #STEM report today. Findings indicate several alarming disparities in STEM readiness for females and underserved students. More findings and recommendations here:

Click to tweet: .@ACT released a new report on #STEM readiness that simultaneously provides state-specific recommendations to help policymakers improve the state of STEM. Check it out:

Click to tweet: It's difficult to admit, but the United States is a STEM-deficient nation. But what can we do about it? Read @ACT's latest #ACTInsights on #STEM education in the US:

Click to tweet: The number of #STEM occupations in the U.S. will grow by 8.9% between 2014 and 2024. Here are the latest findings on STEM education in the U.S. – #ACTInsights

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We released our fifth annual ACT STEM report today. The headline? Female students continue to lag behind males in STEM readiness, despite nearly equal interest in STEM among females and males overall. More here:

The United States is a STEM-deficient nation. Solutions are needed, now. Here are recommendations of next steps toward improving STEM achievement and expanding opportunities to increase students' readiness to pursue and succeed in STEM-related careers: