Federal Projects’ Impact on STEM Remains Unclear
Few U.S. programs have studies evaluating their effectiveness.
This much is known about the federal investment in math and science education: The government spends more than $3 billion a year on those programs.
What is unknown: Do those efforts actually work?
That uncertainty, as spelled out in a recent federal report, has prompted calls from inside and outside government for a more effective way of judging the effectiveness of the federal role in STEM—or science, technology, engineering, and math education—and for more...
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