5 ways to reduce the harrowing STEM teacher shortage

As science, technology, engineering, and math learning becomes critical to students’ later academic success, policies must shift to bring in more STEM educators.

No technology can replace high-quality teachers. But what happens when high-quality STEM teachers become hard to find, and what happens when STEM teacher applicant pools dry up? And how can the U.S. extend critical STEM learning opportunities to its youngest students?

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