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What Does Good STEM Education Look Like?

Black Enterprise – Robin White-Goode

“It’s unclear why those polled would bifurcate meeting state standards and learning about practical applications—the two don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Students’ unwillingness to work hard, though, could be an indictment against the STEM program. Most excellent learning programs engage students and reinforce their interest, so students’ unwillingness to exert themselves could indict a school’s STEM program and not just the students.” (more)

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