Massachusetts’ Plan for Excellence in STEM Education 2.0: Expanding the Pipeline for All

This plan, published in 2013 by Massachusetts’ Governor Deval Patrick’s STEM Advisory Council builds on the first strategic plan written in 2010 to establish infrastructure and build support for STEM education in Massachusetts. This plan lays out five goals, including increasing interest in STEM, student achievement, number of skilled k-16 STEM educators, and percentage of STEM post-secondary degrees or certificates acquired; as well as aligning degree attainment with corresponding state workforce needs. Each goal is presented with a measurable benchmark, several priority areas to focus efforts, recommended strategies as examples, and metrics to assess progress toward meeting the benchmark.

Source Organization: MA Governor’s STEM Advisory Council

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