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Female students are poorly represented in science, technology, engineering, and math courses offered online, just as they are scarce in STEM classes in brick-and-mortar schools.

Students do better academically and report feeling more connected to class.

Videos explain the engineering behind the half pipe, the physics behind figure skating, and more.

A college student talks about the influence her engineering dad had on her education.

A doctoral student rebuts a post that said students shouldn't take chemistry if they don't want to: "People don't have to become scientists if they don't want to, but they should have a fundamental understanding of scientific concepts. That way, people like myself need not be terrified that an ignorant public will vote to slash funding for scientific research and understanding. That way, iconic moments such as the landing of Curiosity on Mars will not be overshadowed in viewership by shows such as Honey Boo Boo."