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Home-design trends spark high-school projects

STEM SmartBrief | Apr 25, 2016

High-school teachers across the country are drawing inspiration from home-design television shows as well as the tiny house movement to connect classroom lessons to the real world. Students in a Texas school's geometry in construction class use math while building micro houses. U.S. News & World Report (04/25)


Va. library reaches out to students with STEAM program

STEM SmartBrief | Apr 27, 2016

Strategies to engage students in math

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Why strong math skills are essential in computer science

STEM SmartBrief | Apr 25, 2016

Pa. school finds success with STEM rotation model

STEM SmartBrief | Apr 27, 2016

Are stereotypes driving STEM gender gap?

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Nation's Report Card shows decline in math, reading scores

STEM SmartBrief | Apr 27, 2016

Report: How school leaders can transform learning with technology

STEM SmartBrief | Apr 25, 2016

ACTE's April online seminar on project-based learning

STEM SmartBrief | Apr 25, 2016

Pilot program teaches students to master skills, apply knowledge

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