ATLANTA – If there is one thing that the pandemic underscored, it’s that the most stable jobs came from science, technology, engineering and math – STEM careers.
An Atlanta public school is giving its student more than a head start by starting real-world problem solving in elementary school in a nationally recognized STEM program.
Buckhead’s Warren T. Jackson Elementary School becomes only the second school in the nation to hold both international baccalaureate and STEM certifications.
And you can see how a project works before you even enter the building.
Laura Dostie is the school’s STEM coordinator.
“The second grade did one on redesigning the carpool situation…