As pressure mounts to educate today's students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics--also known as the STEM disciplines--to ensure America remains a global leader in innovation, educators from coast to coast have been busy retooling programs to make mastering such complicated subjects less daunting.

Thanks, in part, to the demands of the federal No Child Left Behind Act, significant headway already is being made in math and science courses. But, according to some critics, where the quest for STEM mastery still falls woefully short


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