Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Educational Links 3/2/17

More Than Just Eyes and Ears

Trump Calls Education 'Civil Rights Issue of Our Time,' Pushes Choice

Modeling: The Digital Demo

Helping Students Track Their Own Progress

Moment of Insight: How to Get a Diagnosis of Dysgraphia

Nearly half of teachers struggling with mental health, suggests survey


It’s become a well-known fact that most students are woefully unprepared for careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (otherwise known as STEM). Students in the United States regularly score low on math and science tests, lagging behind other developed nations.
This is despite the fact that STEM careers pay exceptionally well—college students who graduate with STEM degrees earn quite a bit more than their counterparts with degrees in other fields. Not to mention, the demand for workers with STEM degrees is huge and continues to grow.

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