STEM issues

  nov2015wkshp.jpg Incorporate historical science primary sources from the Library of Congress in crafting letters to the next president about a range of STEM issues. This resource, compiled by Trey Smith, has links to myriad primary sources related to STEM issues from the past that inform current policy discussions. Check out the blog posts for science teachers...
KQED News created an issues box for the 2016 election. Click on each box to learn more and get a sense of where others stand. Students can use this to get started thinking about their issue, how it relates to STEM, and what they hope the next president will do to make changes. Then, check out the What’s My Issue KQED Media Make. Get creative and get the word out about what STEM issues deserve...