STEM education is a major priority for Wake County schools.

Unless, of course, it gets in the way of cookie-cutter “education”.

Then it’s an impediment and should not be tolerated, apparently.


Schools telling elementary students that new middle school math is too hard for them

Dean Peters May 31, 2012 09:07

Which is why some parents pay the extra mile to send their kids to private schools.

Michael K Johnson May 31, 2012 10:16

+Dean Peters …or homeschool. Or both. But those options are not equally accessible to all, and artificially limiting STEM education for the convenience of the school administration is both immoral (damaging children) and economically unwise.

Dean Peters May 31, 2012 10:32

You’re right +Michael K Johnson – I’ve seen some excellent math & science geeks come out of homeschooling.

You’re also right, artificially limiting STEM for the purposes you site isn’t doing anyone any favors, except perhaps some well paid bureaucrat types.

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