For many parents, the problem with STEM education isn’t intention, it’s execution. These parents know that a quality STEM education can ignite their child’s curiosity, drive a deep understanding of our complex work, and provide the foundation for prosperity. Where should they start?
March 26, we’ll issue the first edition of the Parents Guide to STEM, published in partnership with the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative.
Before we publish, we’re giving our readers a chance to submit any resource you feel deserves sharing. After some internal review, we’ll publish the best of these submissions alongside the publication of the Parents Guide.
Just want to make sure you get a copy? Sign up for the release of the guide at www.stemx.us/sign-up.