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GIFTED EDUCATION IN MATH AND SCIENCE Big dreams, tiny GEMS

Girls tend to lose enthusiasm for science after initial excitement, data show

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Posted: Tuesday, October 2, 2012 9:31 am | Updated: 8:59 am, Wed Dec 10, 2014.

Shruti Gautam, a 9-year-old girl in fourth grade at Cumberland Trace Elementary School, wants to be an aerospace engineer because it is “cool.”

She wrote in a little book that she’s working on this fall that aerospace engineers “develop new technology for future explorations,” also noting, “The word engineer might sound hard but aerospace doesn’t.”

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