STEM, the four subjects, are the engine that can move schools and districts from their firmly planted "old school" feet into a dynamic teaching and learning environment that serves the students of this century.
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STEM as the lever shifts the system into a 21st learning system. It depends on the leader developing the vision for the district, the landscape on which these changes can happen.