Over the last 3 years, the National Science Foundation has sponsored a series of STEM Smart Workshops which have showcased promising practices and resources in support of effective K-12 STEM Education in schools and programs. We invite you to visit the collection of resources from past meetings.
Philadelphia, PA – Launching the STEM Smart Initiative
Seattle, WA – Successful K-12 STEM Education
Chicago, IL – Partnerships in K-12 STEM Education
Las Vegas, NV – Using Technology to Promote K-12 STEM Learning and Teaching
Baltimore, MD – College and Career Readiness
Atlanta, GA – K-12 Engineering
Washington, DC – Early Childhood Education
Needham, MA – Career and Technical Education

Want to succeed in STEM? Listen to the experts!
Interesting article from The Innovative Educator blog. "The problem is that our 'quality' teachers and their administrators are not given the freedom to support children in ways that will produce the scientists and innovators our country needs."

Why STEM? Why now?
Infographic from a nonprofit for advancing STEM in Washington state.


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