STEM is for Everyone

This session will focus on inclusion of students with special needs, English Language Learners, and minorities in STEM education, as well as preparing them for entrance into STEM-related career fields. Studies show that students in these categories are severely undeserved in the classroom and underrepresented in STEM fields. By focusing on differentiation and inclusion, we can change this. STEM needs different people from different walks of life to challenge the status quo.

Jennifer Parr, Science Teacher, Cudahy Middle School
Rachel Germain, Academic Resource Teacher, Seeds of Health

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