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Infrastructures to Support Equitable STEM Learning Across Settings

Abstract

"STEM learning is a process that unfolds through dynamic interactions over time and across settings. Formal education in schools is not the only--or necessarily the most significant--context for STEM learning.

The examples in this paper illustrate the possibilities for designing equitable STEM learning opportunities across settings. They elaborate on a vision presented in the 2015 National Research Council report, which calls for building resilient STEM learning ecosystems where youth can access many learning opportunities that are coherent and build on one another."

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