Today’s Rutland Herald published this update regarding the new STEM program at Stafford Tech, to start in Fall 2014. You will need an online subscription to read full article. But here are some excerpts:
Stafford Technical Center is moving full-steam ahead on its plans to create a course of study emphasizing STEM — science, technology, engineering and math.
This week, high school students from around Rutland County are visiting Stafford to explore the many courses of study offered by the school, including STEM Academy, which will begin this fall.
The program will have as many as 16 students during its first year, said STEM Academy coordinator Fieh Chan, who described the prospective class as “the perfect size for students to engage in group projects while still giving them plenty of one-on-one attention.”