STEM Education in Rural Schools: Implications of Untapped Potential
National Youth-At-Risk Journal
A large number of students in American public schools attend rural schools. In this paper, the authors explore rural science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education and the issues associated with STEM education for students, teachers, and parents in rural communities. Characteristics of rural STEM education are examined to highlight unique considerations for this context. The authors conclude with the recommendation that more research is needed that specifically addresses rural STEM education.
Harris, Rachel S., Charles B. Hodges.
"STEM Education in Rural Schools: Implications of Untapped Potential."
National Youth-At-Risk Journal, 3 (1): 3-12.