Kansas schools consider ways to incorporate creative arts in STEM

08/15/2013 | Lawrence Journal-World (Kansas)

Kansas education leaders are encouraging schools to find ways to connect creative arts to science, technology, engineering and math. Kansas Education Commissioner Diane DeBacker recently confirmed that the department has established a "STEAM team" to help develop curricula that infuse creativity and STEM.

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