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Curriculum and Teaching Resources: STEM

This is the place to start if you need resources related to school curriculum or teaching K-12 classroom subjects.

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ScienceEducation.gov

This is the 'one-stop' place to look for free federally-funded Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) educational resources.  There may be some video materials mixed in here, but it is primarily for other kinds of resources.  Use the search box below to get started.

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STEM Resources

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) has been a buzzword in education since approximately 2006 when President George Bush, in his State of the Union address, announced an initiative in this area.

The websites listed here focus on some aspect of STEM.  You may also wish to consult the mathematics and science website lists for more resources in those areas.

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