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http://thefoolishobsession.com/tag/olive-oil/ The NSTC STEM Special Interest Group (SIG) facilitates communication and collaboration among regional STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) professionals.
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Massachusetts Northeast STEM Network
STEM R & D Resources
North Shore Innoventures
STEM K-12 Resources
Massachusetts School and District Profiles (MCAS and Population Data)
Massachusetts Science, Technology, and Engineering Curriculum Frameworks (Current version 2006)
Massachusetts Definition of College and Career Readiness
National Research Council: Successful K-12 STEM Education
Next Generation Science Standards
Federal STEM Strategic Plan
Strengthening Teaching of Elementary Minds in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math