Opinion: Teachers, programs keys to STEM education

The key to getting students excited about jobs in science, technology, engineering and math is hiring talented and enthusiastic teachers to lead innovative programs, writes Shelly Simonds, a member of the Newport News School Board in Virginia. "Our school systems can't treat our STEM programs as a life-raft for a few smart kids. We need Starship Enterprise-sized programs capable of transporting all of our students into the twenty-first century economy," she writes.

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