Huffington Post Blog: Helping STEM Take Root

"Helping STEM Take Root: Engaging the Minds of Students" 


By Harriet Sanford

President & CEO, The NEA Foundation


“To see a hopeful future for science education, look no further than the Raccoon Creek watershed in rural Ohio. There, Vinton County High School students are literally getting their feet wet, testing water and examining fish to investigate the impact of acid drainage from more than a century’s worth of coal mining in the Appalachians.


It’s real science, and science that’s of real importance to the high-poverty region. But it’s also a way for these high school students to discover that there are meaningful careers available to them in their rural community. ..."


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