High School-Level STEM Initiatives
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High School-Level STEM Initiatives
State recruitment efforts for STEM teachers
Targeted professional development (noting when specific to mentoring and content area development, such as working in labs and partnerships with high-tech companies)
State support for pre-AP alignment programs
State requires or makes available end-of-course exams in STEM disciplines
State support for STEM mentoring and real work internship programs for students
State-level dual enrollment/early college/middle college programs focused on STEM disciplines
State support for afterschool/ELO programs in STEM (such as robotics, science Olympiad, INTEL) that focus on supporting student interest in STEM
State offers college readiness assessments in math and/or science
State has adopted rigorous graduation requirements in math and science for all students
State programs targeted at STEM achievement among female, low-income and minority students
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