Survey looks at STEM education spending

 The National Survey on STEM Education research report is now available.
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 The National Survey on STEM Education research report, assembled from over 300 surveys of STEM supervisors, department chairs, teachers, and others, is now available. Designed for use by science and STEM education business owners, CEOs, marketers and product developers, the study details the areas most likely to receive STEM funding for the next school year and contains a 46-page analysis of findings.

To view the table of contents and to purchase and download a PDF of the report, visit www.sellingtoschools.com.

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