Tackling the STEM crisis: Five steps your state can take to improve the quality and quantity of its K-12 math and science teachers

June 2009

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State laws and regulations can either help or hinder the ability of school districts to hire effective teachers for STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects. State officials wanting to tackle this critical problem need to begin with a thorough review of relevant policies, asking themselves two questions: "Are we part of the problem?" "How do we become part of the solution?"

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