STEM education and social-emotional learning will take precedence in 2019, according to teaching and learning predictions from 100Kin10.

100Kin10 is a national network focusing on improving STEM education by adding 100,000 highly-qualified STEM teachers to U.S. classrooms by 2021.

The report compiles information from 100Kin10's partner organizations, teachers, researchers, and other STEM leaders, and the 10 reflections serve to direct the group's work and focus areas for 2019. It offers a look at five trends that impacted STEM teaching and learning in 2018, along with five predictions for 2019.

Here are five 2018 trends that shaped 100Kin10's...

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