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Montessori De San Juan: Taking the first step to STEM

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

     Back in 2009, a parent named Dori Roberts had a hard time finding an educational program to get her six- and eight-year-old started on engineering. The Virginian mother was also an educator specializing in math and science, and she quickly realized that there is a need for a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) program that is geared towards young children.

     Where most parents would have just given up and enrolled their children in regular schools, Roberts saw an opportunity. With her extensive background in STEM and a passion for teaching, she started Engineering for Kids (EFK), which is now one of the world’s most popular child-friendly STEM programs. It is franchised and implemented in 30 American States and in 30 other countries.

Montessori De San Juan: Taking the first step to STEM

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