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[Stemed-l] Engineering for Every K-12 Student Report

Tufts University and Education Development Center, Inc. are excited to
share the report, Engineering for Every K-12 Student: A Landscape
Analysis of K-12 Engineering Education in the Greater Boston
Region<http://ceeo.tufts.edu/documents/researchMEIDCreport.pdf>, from
the National Science Foundation-funded project, Massachusetts
Engineering Innovation and Dissemination Community (MEIDC).

Stakeholders in the Greater Boston region, such as researchers,
educators, industry representatives, and policymakers are increasingly
committed to making engineering education accessible to all K-12
students and teachers. This report highlights stakeholders' level of
awareness and understanding of the opportunities, gaps, and resources
available for engineering education, while identifying areas of
overlapping interest that may translate into a focus for future
cross-stakeholder collaborations.

We would like to thank those of you who completed our survey or
engaged in an interview last fall. The data are reported in the
landscape analysis.  For your convenience, we've attached a copy of
the report.

Please contact us should you have any questions or comments.

Best regards,
Darryl and Catherine

Darryl N. Williams, PhD
Associate Dean, Recruitment, Retention, and Community Engagement,
School of Engineering
Director, Tufts Center for STEM Diversity
Research Associate Professor, Chemical and Biological Engineering
Tufts University
200 College Avenue
109E Anderson Hall
Medford, MA 02155
(617) 627-4169<tel:%28617%29%20627-4169>

Catherine McCulloch
Project Director
Science and Math Programs
Learning and Teaching Division
Education Development Center, Inc.
43 Foundry Avenue
Waltham, MA 02453

Attachment: Engineering For Every K-12 Student Report.PDF
Description: Adobe PDF document

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