A globally competitive, knowledge-based economy is a fact of life for students—now and for the foreseeable future—and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are critical drivers in that economy. To reduce a potentially crippling workforce knowledge gap and to prepare more students—especially those who traditionally have been underrepresented – for STEM careers, we must make these disciplines accessible and relevant and fundamentally change approaches to educating our children.
Join educators, students, innovators and leaders from business and government at S2:TEM = Scaling STEM: Transforming Education Matters. Secondary school developers, educators and students from North Carolina and across the nation will share strategies to implement STEM practices and demonstrate STEM impacts in the community.
No refunds will be accepted after 3/4/2013. Substitutions are accepted.