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Media Advisory 13-003
March 22 Event Makes the Case: College and Career Readiness Demand Good Preparation in STEM

NSF-sponsored workshop in Baltimore brings together educators and education researchers to share evidence-based practices for improving student performance in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)

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girl blowing bubble at exhibit

At a soap bubble exhibit at the SciTech Center in Aurora, Ill., children are encouraged to experiment as they learn about surface tension dynamics (2002 photo).

Credit: Photo of SciTech Center, Aurora, Ill., by the Beacon News


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