Many rural school districts face challenges as they look to foster science, technology, engineering and math education, writes Doug Haller, principal of Haller STEM Education Consulting. In this blog post, Haller writes that some rural districts lack computer technology and Internet access. He includes comments from Dawn Olson, superintendent of the Huerfano School District Re-1 in Colorado, who says providing more resources would make STEM education more equitable across districts.
How rural school districts can support STEM education
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