STEM Education

STEM education has the power to grow and nurture students to become creative and innovative, to think critically and logically, to identify and solve problems, to effectively collaborate and communicate, and to become productive 21st century citizens. In addition to its other societal impacts, STEM education can raise the bar for educational excellence through the academic rigor of STEM classes.

Rooted in active inquiry and application across the PK-20 educational system, a quality STEM education depends upon quality teaching and learning of both individual subjects and interdisciplinary themes.

See also: Goals for Wisconsin Schools

For questions about this information, contact Shelley Lee (608) 266-3319