Kansas City is in first group for national STEM initiative

Kansas City is one of 27 cities chosen for a White House workshop as part of a national STEM Ecosystems Initiative.

STEM, which stands for science, technology, engineering and math, has become a focus of many educational efforts in the Kansas City area. Martha McCabe of the KC STEM Alliance said that was one reason the area was selected for the initiative.

Under the new initiative, area STEM efforts will collaborate as “ecosySTEM KC” led by the KC STEM Alliance working with Science Pioneers, the Mid-America Regional Council and the Kansas Enrichment Network.

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