Process for building the capacity of informal science education providers to engage Latinos, A
The challenges of our global economy and escalating environmental concerns are fueling the demand for qualified graduates in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. However, the U.S. now lags behind many other industrialized nations in science achievement. Furthermore, educators have been struggling to close the gap in science achievement between White and non-White students in this country for decades. Considering the rapid demographic changes occurring in the U.S., improving science education for all students has become a critical priority. Latinos are the largest and ...
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