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Started: 3/3/2020 9:49 AM
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STEAM Education Resource

The Education Commission of the States produced a policy brief in March 2019 about STEAM education. The document highlights statewide efforts in Georgia and South Carolina and considers the practices that support STEAM initiatives, including school and teacher certification, student endorsements, and the implementation timeline. ​

An infographic accompanies the policy brief. The visual describes the four attributes of STEAM education: creative, experiential learning, inquiry-based, and interdisciplinary. 


Picture Placeholder: Matthew Smith
  • Matthew Smith
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Matthew Smith

The Education Commission of the States produced a policy brief in March 2019 about STEAM education. The document highlights statewide efforts in Georgia and South Carolina and considers the practices that support STEAM initiatives, including school and teacher certification, student endorsements, and the implementation timeline. ​

An infographic accompanies the policy brief. The visual describes the four attributes of STEAM education: creative, experiential learning, inquiry-based, and interdisciplinary. 


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