The definitive work on high school preparation for STEM majors: anthropologists (and a sociologist) did this

Dependence of attainment rates for all bachelors' degrees and STEM bachelors' degrees on highest high school math course

Dependence of attainment rates for all bachelors' degrees and STEM bachelors' degrees on highest high school science course

I use these results from the USF Departments of Sociology and Anthropology all the time.  Here is the paper from which they are taken:

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