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Increasing STEM Competence in Urban, High Poverty Elementary School Populations
Enhancing STEM competence (e.g., interests, knowledge, skills, and dispositions) among urban, high poverty, elementary school populations in the United States (U.S.) is and remains a growing national concern, especially since Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) competence is and will continue to be a necessary requisite for gainful employment in the future, according to workforce development experts. In an attempt to address this gap, many urban elementary schools have begundoi:10.14456/k12stemed.2017.12 fatcat:uejzd32mj5auhb5ooemxexq7zu