How to Start a Steam Program in Your School

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How to Start a Steam Program in Your School

IN TODAY’S EVER-CHANGING WORLD, educators have quite a role to play: making sure students complete their K–12 schooling well-prepared for college and careers, even though their career choices are as yet undefined. They are constantly reminded that the jobs of today’s grade-schoolers haven’t been invented, and that the days of keeping the same job for decades are long over. The target moves as technology advances.

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