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Reimagining STEM for English Learners

Science, engineering, technology, and math (STEM) learning is for all students. STEM learning is essential in today’s classrooms because it arms our students with the knowledge and skills to process information, uncover problems, design solutions, collect data, evaluate evidence, and engage with technology. STEM isn’t just experimenting in laboratories and solving complicated equations; our world […]

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