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EDUC.6225 Education Reform in Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics

Id: 039579 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3

Description

This blended course explores the ongoing efforts to improve the equity and quality of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education. By examining a series of STEM education reform efforts form the local, state, and national levels, students will gain a practical and theoretical understanding of both the historical role policy plays in education and its chronic shortcomings. Students will investigate an example of a local example of STEM reform and report on it to the class from a reform perspective. Finally, the educator's role in implementing effective reform in is considered.

Prerequisites

Pre-Req: Ed.D. matriculated only

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