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Local school district wins ArkansasIDEAS STEM curriculum package

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As part of the AETN ArkansasIDEAS new STEM website launch, we were proud to give back to some of our hardworking educators by awarding a STEM curriculum package to an Arkansas school district during Arkansas Association of Education Administrators (AAEA).

The randomly-selected winner - McGehee School district, represented by Superintendent Thomas Gathen - received a K-12 curriculum package which covers the 7 STEM foundations with lessons for every grade in a variety of subject areas and is valued at more than $5,000.

Learn more about how AETN ArkansasIDEAS has used this curriculum content to create a wide range of resources for all Arkansas educators at www.ideas.aetn.org/stem.

 

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