• Businesses and educators connect through STEM work

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    October 04, 2017

    Like our cellphones, the world is continuously “updating” and advancing further into a more technologically based system. In order to remain up-to-date, Iowa’s STEM advisory council works to connect educators and business leaders across the state to move the state forward through STEM programs.

    STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) has become extremely important in today’s workforce and education system. At the Fast-Track Iowa’s Future seminar in Des Moines, more than 500 businesses and educators pooled together to convey the importance of STEM learning beginning in the classroom and extending its reach into the workforce of Iowa.