N.Y. land preserve promotes outdoor STEM curriculum

01/2/2014 | Poughkeepsie Journal (N.Y.)

A nonprofit land preserve in New York state is field-testing an outdoor science curriculum that would support science, technology, engineering and math standards. The New Paltz Central School District is using the curriculum, which is touted as being engaging and active. It includes lessons in the field, in which students will conduct biological surveys and more, in an effort to promote interest in STEM.

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