Principal: How to get the most out of a STEM school

12/5/2012 | American City Business Journals

Students at schools for science, technology, engineering and math should embrace the unique aspects of an education focused on those subjects, suggests Jeffrey Lewis, principal of Dayton Regional STEM School. "The students who do the best here are the ones that are excited about learning and want to be part of something different," Lewis writes. He also stresses the importance of partnering with local businesses that can help with career expos, shadowing and internship opportunities, guest speakers and other needs of the school.

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