As teachers, your ongoing role in young peoples’ lives is much more
influential in their attitude towards STEM learning than ours. One of
our priorities is to support your efforts to interest and encourage your
students to engage in their math and science courses and continue to
choose coursework that would allow them to pursue STEM studies in
college. Please feel free to contact us if you need assistance that you
do not find here. We will do our best to help.
Martian Valley Networks Analysis: Run-off or Sapping? is an Education
and Public Outreach project funded by NASA in collaboration with
Northern Illinois University.
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K-12 teachers and schools integrate the teaching of economics and
personal finance across the curriculum at all grade levels. STEM
resources support science, technology and math through hands-on lessons,
activities and student competitions.