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New Mexico students lag significantly in most measures of K-12 academic success, especially in math and science. For this reason, statewide citizens came together to develop a STEM Education Action Plan that will help ensure important STEM education goals are achieved for New Mexico students and teachers.
The event last week brought together more than100 participant students, Pre-K-20 educators, stem advocates, industry professionals, state agency education professionals and elected officials to develop an action plan that will address reforms in science, technology, engineering and math education in New Mexico.
The action plan called for more teacher professional development, college recruitment and retention and improved and more significant classroom experiences in both K-12 and college.
Participants expressed the need for more effective professional development. Ideas include better and more professional development resources, more collaboration among teachers, faculty from institutions of higher education and representatives from STEM industries and creating a longterm plan for professional development.
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