STEM blogger asks, "What can we do to support your efforts?"

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STEM blogger asks, "What can we do to support your efforts?"

Postby Tasha_Dunaway » Fri Aug 27, 2010 10:27 pm

If you didn't already know, Wolfram Research has several STEM Initiatives for schools to take advantage of, and I wanted to remind you to check out what programs we have available. With so many countries starting school this time of year and so many educators preparing for classes anew, this is the perfect time for Wolfram Research to help get Mathematica into your classroom.

For more information, check out the blog I wrote about some of the STEM programs--I thought you might enjoy it: ... to-school/

Let us know what you're up to--we are always interested to know what teachers are doing to support STEM education. How can we help support your efforts?

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