Maine STEM Collaborative
The Maine STEM
Collaborative was developed
in 2007 in response to the conditions in Maine that demand a STEM
workforce in higher quality and numbers. It is a statewide
partnership of business, government, research, education and
non-profit sectors who have come together to foster the improvement
of science, technology, engineering and mathematics education in the
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About the Maine STEM Collaborative:
Maine STEM Summits:
Maine STEM Education Information:
STEM Education in Maine: An Executive Summary of Student
Performance, Teacher Preparedness, and STEM Programs
Maine STEM Landscape Technical Assistance: Mathematics and
Science in 5th, 8th, and 11th Grades, from the Regional
Educational Laboratory at the Education Development Center
(EDC), written by Craig Hoyle, August 9, 2010
Maine STEM Landscape Technical Assistance: K-12 Certification
Endorsements, 2009-2010, from the Regional Educational
Laboratory at EDC, written by Peter Tierney-Fife, July 22, 2010
Teachers of Science in Maine Schools, Grades 1-12: A Descriptive
Study, written by Bill Nave, Ed.D., Research and Evaluation
Consultant, May 2011
Briefing Paper on STEM Education in Maine, from EDC, written by
Nancy Richardson, Barbara Brauner Berns, and Lisa Marco,
November 29, 2010
Other STEM Information & Resources: