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5 Easy Ways to Sneak STEM Lessons into Your Kid’s Day

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We don’t generally encourage the kids in our lives to destroy their things—but from time to time we should.

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There’s a growing public conversation about the importance of getting kids more engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (), to prepare them for their futures. Our economy, workplaces and society require more women and men who excel in these fields and can drive the innovations that will make our world a better place. Despite its obvious importance,.

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