The Hill’s Congress Blog: “Let’s talk to each other about STEM”

“The STEM Center Collaboratory at Pace University in New York has been conceived as a place where inner city K-12 educators, Pace University professors, industry executives and practitioners, with state, local and national officials can establish a sustainable dialogue that conceptualizes and applies new techniques and theories that will improve the STEM education experience for students, teachers and parents,” write Lauren Birney and Jonathan Hill of Pace.

“The STEM Center Collaboratory at Pace University in New York has been conceived as a place where inner city K-12 educators, Pace University professors, industry executives and practitioners, with state, local and national officials can establish a sustainable dialogue that conceptualizes and applies new techniques and theories that will improve the STEM education experience for students, teachers and parents,” write Lauren Birney and Jonathan Hill of Pace. “Improving students’ skills and comfort with mathematics, the foundation of all STEM disciplines, is a key part of this endeavor. Making science topical, approachable, applicable, innovative and exciting and even cool is the other key aspect of this project.”

Read their op-ed on The Hill’s Congress Blog.

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