Saturday, September 22, 2012

The Status of STEM in Your State

Change the Equation recently unveiled its 2012 Vital Signs, which measure the health of K-12 STEM learning, state by state. Created in collaboration with the American Institutes for Research, Vital Signs offer the most comprehensive available picture of STEM in your state:
  • demand for and supply of STEM skills
  • resources schools and teachers have to do their work
  • students' access to learning opportunities
  • what states expect of students
Vital Signs was made possible by generous support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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