Strange Bedfellows, but Oh, How STEAM-EE: Exploring where Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEAM) meet Economics and Equity (EE)

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Changing the story requires wise applications of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math). But tomorrow’s careers demand something more: economic literacy and a commitment to equity.

Integrated content is the best way to approach the interconnected problems we face. Applying knowledge about the economy to environmental and social issues can improve equity and make our communities stronger. And, it’s simply more authentic—it’s the way the world really works. In this case study, we explore how integrating economic literacy and equity into STEAM curriculum challenged and changed students and teachers alike.

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