Report: Wisconsin needs to focus on improving STEM lessons:

Students in Wisconsin need better training in science, technology, engineering and math, according to a report that urges state officials to create a universal standard for STEM education. Lauren Baker, coordinator of career and technical education for Milwaukee Public Schools, said she agrees with recommendations that call for more problem-based learning in STEM subjects and would like to see teachers receive training in how to incorporate technology, science and math in their lessons.

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