Student-led initiative prompts expansion of STEM education

To answer a question posed by the Iowa Quality Center, students in the gifted and talented program at a high school in Iowa spent three days investigating whether science, technology, engineering and math subjects were being adequately integrated into the curriculum. They determined their school could be doing more to enhance STEM education, which has sparked educators to seek professional development in this area.

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