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How to get STEM students to ‘poke the universe’ again


Schools, corporations attempt to spur interest in STEM through project-based learning


poke-STEMSteve Woodhead, manager of global social investment for Chevron, said the energy corporation is trying to address a big problem in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

“For 200 years people relied on farming, and so they knew how to farm,” Woodhead said to eSchool News during the
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