Forum links STEM training, job growth
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) – Leaders from more than 50 Kentucky school districts plan to participate in the state’s first STEM Leadership Forum, according to the University of Kentucky.
During the event, planned Tuesday at the university, school administrators will hear about how science, technology, engineering and math education can drive regional economic success.
They also will share advice about creating quality programs that incorporate science, technology, engineering and math.
The forum is supported by a collaborative partnership across eight Kentucky colleges and universities.