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The College of Health, Education, and Human Development strives to improve science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education in South Carolina.
The STEM institutes focus on training teachers and the scope spans K-12 and college education.
The goals are to increase scientific literacy in the general public, decrease overall dropout rates, and promote an educated workforce.
"Everyone has a stake in improving STEM education. Inspiring all our students to be capable in math and science will help them contribute in an increasingly technology-based economy, and will also help America prepare the next generation of STEM professionals--scientists, engineers, architects and technology professionals--to ensure our competitiveness."
- U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan
STEM-Symposium-2010 The STEM Institutes focus on teacher education in Clemson University, Tri-County Technical College, the Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens School Districts. The Pendleton Region Education Center announced recently that they received a $48,900 grant from AdvanceSC to support The Anderson, Oconee, Pickens Institute on Integrative Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Teaching and Learning (STEM). Full Article | STEM Institute Photos
Clemson University College of Health, Education, and Human Developement STEM Resources The Clemson University College of Health, Education, and Human Development STEM Resources site provides a vast array of action plans, presentations, I3 documents, and additional STEM links. These resources are targeted at school administration and educators, K-12, who are interested in implementing STEM education into strategic school system initiatives and/or daily lesson plans.
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