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STEM Projects Vying for Piece of $150 Million "I3" Pie

More than 160 STEM-related proposals -- adding up to $737 million in requested funding -- are in the running to claim a slice of the $150 million in federal aid available through second round of the Investing in Innovation ("I3") program.  The first round of funding resulted in 49 I3 grants divvying up $650 million.

In the running for some round-two funds: Boston's Museum of Science, which has requested $2.9 million for its Expand the Gateway to Implementing Technology and Engineering Standards project.  The project aims to increase the number of Massachusetts and Maine school districts providing high-quality STEM education and ultimately the number of students pursuing careers in the STEM fields
Via blogs.edweek.org

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