An estimated 60,000 students and 1,600 educators from over 400 schools across Massachusetts tackled real-world zero waste problems for Mass STEM Week. Using activities, problems, and projects developed by Project Lead The Way, students designed prototypes to address critical sustainability issues: food waste, energy waste, plastics waste, and e-waste.
Students had the opportunity to receive authentic feedback from over 300 STEM professionals and sustainability experts.
See the 2019 STEM Week Challenge winners here.
Learn more about Project Lead The Way
Did your students enjoy solving real-world problems? Don’t let the excitement stop here! Learn how to bring Project Lead The Way to your classroom all year round.
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Inspire the next generation of problem solvers
STEM Week may be over, but there are opportunities to stay involved with Mass STEM Hub year-round, including: