Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curriculum in K-12 schools focuses efforts on technical subjects, and better prepares students to pursue technical careers in vocational and higher education.

We’re big supporters of STEM curriculum, whether it’s one class, or the primary focus of an entire school. At the same time, a well-rounded education incorporating humanities subjects such as history, literature, and civics enhances the value of STEM education by tying it into many broader issues that currently face, and will continue to face, up and coming generations of students. Where will you make the connection?

We encourage teachers to take advantage of solar and wind generating technology at their schools to tackle these important subjects. We hope that this jumpstarts the conversation on a wide range of topics, and gets students as well as communities excited about the possibilities.

Some important resources are listed below:

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