5 questions to help launch a STEM education program

08/11/2013 | MiddleWeb

Schools across the country are at various stages of commitment to implementing programs dedicated to science, technology, engineering and math, educator Anne Jolly writes in this blog post. She lists five guiding questions that school leaders can use to see if their programs are on the right track. For example, it's important that educators know why a school is boosting its STEM programs and what STEM education's ultimate outcomes should be for students, she writes.

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