This tool can help identify 'STEM deserts.' But it needs your feedback
from Education Week
The world is awash in data on student performance in — and attitudes toward — science, technology, engineering and mathematics learning. The problem is that none of that information is particularly easy to find, and it's really hard to compile bits and pieces into a complete picture. Now the National Math and Science Initiative, a nonprofit that offers districts training on improving STEM learning, is trying to fill in the gaps. It's created a new tool to make it easier to look at patterns that affect how students do in those fields.
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