Developing High-Impact STEM Programs

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Are you looking to start a STEM program in your classroom or school? Learn about developing a high-impact STEM program from a local-based STEM coordinator and get examples that will help you develop your own science, technology, engineering and math programs. You will hear about different processes, from concept to creation, as well as gain resources that will support program development in each area.

Presenter: Harry Preston, teacher and program director for grades 7-8 STEM, Baltimore City Public Schools

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