N.Y. city department promotes STEM education

10/2/2013 | Education Week

Initiatives are taking place nationwide to turn high-school students' interest in science, technology, engineering and math into a career. The New York City Department of Education, for example, is working with the College Board and the National Math and Science Initiative to expand participation in Advanced Placement STEM classes. Meanwhile, the Pathways to Prosperity Network is helping schools align technical education with needs of local employers.

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