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12 school partnerships named to STEM Best program


The Governor’s STEM Advisory Council has named 12 school-business programs as STEM BEST (Businesses Engaging Students and Teachers) Program partners for 2020. The program provides support to school-business partnerships that bring teachers and industry professionals together to design a curriculum connected to future careers. The 12 new or expanded partnerships will receive up to $25,000 each. Participating employer partners may contribute a dollar-for-dollar match, with some going above and beyond the cost-share requirement. A total of 75 new and expanded STEM BEST Programs have been awarded since 2014 involving more than 8,500 students across the state. A press release with a list of the 12 partnerships awarded for 2020 can be found at this link.

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