Should all schools focus on STEM learning? | The Tylt
In the education world, STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) is quickly becoming a term synonymous with 21st century skills. Advocates of STEM learning say it helps students apply science and math skills in everyday life, and the earlier that bridge is built, the better. Still, schools have to bend over backwards in order to earn official STEM certification, and some say an emphasis on STEM means less time for things like arts and history. Should all elementary schools offer an emphasis in STEM, or is a more balanced approach necessary?
Should all schools focus on STEM learning?