Cultivating flexibility in your 21st century classroom can help prepare students for academic and lifelong success. Don’t mistake flexibility for being a pushover. As one of the most important 21st […]
To meet our needs for a STEM-proficient workforce, we must focus on two complementary goals: We must prepare all students, including girls and minorities who are underrepresented in these fields, to be proficient in STEM subjects. And we must inspire all students to learn STEM and, in the process, motivate many of them to pursue STEM careers.
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