Making STEM work with public/private partnerships

Those teachers involved with Technology Education, at least in the United States, are bound to be familiar with the STEM (Scient, Technology, Engineereing & Mathematics) acronym/movement. What you may not know is that the National Science and Technology Partnership (NSTEP) is an education/private partnership designed to create a bridge between educators and electronics companies.

One of their initiatives aimed at Technology Education is called TechXplore which is a research based mentorship and competition designed to improve the science and technology skills of students.

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