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Integrated STEM Education Should be a Lasagna, not a Smoothie

A new National Research Council report makes it clear that if we want integrated Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education to succeed, we need to start paying closer attention to what works and what doesn’t. Most importantly, not just … Continue reading

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What is STEM Education, Anyway?

Over on the Navigator blog, I’ve got a new post up: What is STEM education, Anyway? Please check it out if you’re interested!

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Fordham’s claim of NGSS/CCSSM “misalignment” doesn’t stand up to scrutiny

This week the Thomas Fordham Institute released a report claiming “alignment glitches” between the Next Generation Science Standards and the Common Core State  Standards for Mathematics. Fordham’s original report on the standards suffered from a number of issues, but many … Continue reading

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