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Advancing STEM Learning Through Collaboration: STEM Learning Ecosystems Report

Date Added: 

February 4, 2014

While many cities have great educators and community and cultural institutions providing science, technology, engineering, and math education (STEM), many of these individual stakeholders are not connecting with one another, leading to missed opportunities. This report looks at 15 examples of educators, families, institutions like museums and others collaborating to build strong "STEM Learning Ecosystems."

This paper was commissioned by the Noyce Foundation and co-authored by Kathleen Traphagen and Saskia Traill, Vice President for Policy and Research at TASC.

 

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Policy Briefs, Research Reports

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