Are technology and engineering overlooked in STEM education?

02/3/2012 | CNN

Technology and engineering often are forgotten elements in STEM education, says Matt Walton, a technology and engineering high-school teacher in Virginia. He writes in this blog post about a recent TV commercial showing a student building a robot, referencing the impact of science and science educators. Walton points out the role of engineering and technology in the experiment, and notes the importance of the subjects in students' education and the country's economy.

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