National Science Board Seeks Comments on National Action Plan for 21st Century STEM Education

August 2007
NSTA Express;8/27/2007, p1
This article states that the U.S. National Science Board (NSB), the oversight arm of the National Science Foundation, has released for public comment a national action plan to address critical needs in the nation's STEM education system. Actions outlined in the plan include increasing coordination of STEM education-both horizontally among states and vertically through grade levels-and increasing the supply of qualified K-12 STEM teachers.


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