After-school programs offer opportunities for hands-on STEM learning

01/29/2013 | Baltimore Sun, The

In this commentary, Anita Krishnamurthi, the director of STEM policy for the Afterschool Alliance, calls attention to the role after-school programs can play in engaging students in science, technology, engineering and math. "The secret to after-school programs' success is that they are uniquely positioned to offer students the kind of hands-on learning time that STEM education so often demands, as well as interaction with STEM professionals from the community," she writes.

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