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In a world ever more driven by technology, the state's ability to interest and educate students in fields related to math and science is becoming crucial. As a result, "STEM"—which stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics—is an increasingly important acronym. From the White House to Sacramento, and from the boardroom to the classroom, "STEM" is on everyone's lips.
This new section of our website aims to provide information and resources on STEM education in California and nationally. In addition to pulling together publications and data pages from the EdSource website, it will extensively feature other research and work being carried out in this area.
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The California STEM Learning Network (CSLNet) is a non-profit organization working to catalyze innovation in STEM teaching and learning in the State of California. CSLNet, in collaboration with a diverse range of partners, champions policies and practices that prepare all students for success in postsecondary education, work, and life.Continue reading STEM overview