More and more parents are turning to charter schools, virtual schools and even home schools. Now, some public schools have made New Year’s resolutions to get more creative!
If you step into any classroom in Indiana, you will find teachers teaching the basics: reading, writing and arithmetic. However, in Zionsville Schools, teachers are working to be more creative and some might say a little crazy with STEM.
The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education Coalition (STEM) is becoming such a hot topic right now, even mentioned in President Obama State of the Union address. He called it a new challenge to redesign America’s high schools, asking administrators to add STEM classes, stating there would be reward for doing so.