ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Science, technology, engineering and math education throughout the U.S. could be getting a boost thanks to New Mexico.
All five members of our state's congressional delegation have introduced a bill to strengthen what's called STEM education.
The goal is to develop effective STEM networks among schools, nonprofits and businesses to increase collaboration in these fields.
It is also to establish matching-grant training programs and improve programs for teachers in elementary, middle and high school.
Developing a national panel to evaluate curricula models is also part of the goal.
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