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ITEEA’s overall goal is to support an infrastructure in K-16 education that ensures that all students are prepared to work and live in a global technological world.
 
Supporting technology and engineering education requires the efforts of many organizations and individuals. Below are resources to use in support of technology and engineering education in our schools.
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  • ITEEA
    Release Date01/01/2015
    Copyright@2015
    Release DateJanuary 1, 2015
    ITEEA in a Box is a high-level look at ITEEA, its mission, its members, and the importance of technology and engineering education to all students.

    Students who study technology and engineering through an integrative STEM education approach learn about the technological world that inventors, ...
  • ITEEA
    Copyright@2011
    TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY: AN EDUCATIONAL IMPERATIVE

    Why is teaching technological literacy important for our students?

    A central role of an educational institution is to offer a curriculum that gives its students a basic understanding of the society in which they live. While our society is ...
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    Promoting STEM Education: A Communications Toolkit

    Across the country, governors and other state policymakers are coming to recognize the urgent need to dramatically increase student achievement and attainment in K-12 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). These STEM fields play an increasingly critical role in ensuring states' economic vitality and the economic growth of the nation as a whole. Every high school graduate needs essentials competencies in STEM as preparation for postsecondary education, work, and citizenship. Regardless of the path they choose after high school graduation, all K-12 students can benefit from a rigorous and relevant STEM education.

    Resource Added09/23/2015