7/2/2013

STEM is a hot topic in education, and while many are seeking to establish programs in science, technology, engineering and math, success remains elusive for some, writes Doug Haller, principal of Haller STEM Education Consulting. In this blog post, he suggests that to launch successful STEM initiatives, schools first define STEM, provide teachers and administrators time and flexibility to work together, address potential barriers, engage outside partners early on and "don't get hung up on the acronym."

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