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A majority of the respondents (62.1%) reported that their schools or districts had one or more programs that integrated core concepts of STEM.
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¦ A majority of the respondents (62.1%) reported that their schools or districts had one or more programs that integrated core concepts of STEM.

¦ Of the respondents from schools or districts that did not have a STEM program, a majority reported that their schools or districts were somewhat likely or very likely to integrate core concepts of STEM in the next one to three years.

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Credit: From the 2011 National Survey on STEM Education conducted by IESD, Inc. in collaboration with K–12 STEM market expert Daylene Long. Find full report at STEMReports.com

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