6/20/2013

Rather than rely on traditional classroom lectures and textbooks to teach science, technology, engineering and math, specialized STEM high schools focus on projects, presentations and hands-on problem solving, according to STEM leaders who spoke during a panel discussion at the 2013 U.S. News STEM Solutions conference in Austin, Texas. "In reality, it's not what we teach, it's how we teach," said Steven Zipkes, founding principal of Manor New Technology High School in Texas.

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