Science center to provide Pa. parents with STEM road map

08/15/2013 | American City Business Journals

The Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh is developing an online resource to help parents access information about science, technology, engineering and math programs and contests. "There is programming out there, but parents don't know where to turn to find it," Alana Kulesa, director of strategic education initiatives at the Carnegie Science Center, said during the 2013 Pittsburgh STEM Summit. In the future, the site also could target students, educators and others.

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