State Leaders, Businesses, Organizations Support STEM Curriculum

September 3, 2014

Pagosa Daily Post
August 29, 2014

The Colorado Education Initiative (CEI) brought together nearly 275 business executives, state leaders, and education stakeholders for an expert panel discussion focused on developing local talent in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). This event, sponsored by United Launch Alliance (ULA), celebrated the Colorado STEM Education Roadmap released at the Colorado Innovation Network (COIN) 2014 Summit as part of Colorado Innovation Week. 

“Strengthening STEM education and experiences for all our students is key to developing an educated workforce and engaged community,” said Lt. Governor Joe Garcia. “The Colorado STEM Education Roadmap demonstrates Colorado’s commitment to developing a strong talent pipeline rich in diversity.”

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