Four GPAEA Districts Awarded STEM BEST®: Burlington, Central Lee, Fort Madison, & Keokuk

Congratulations to these STEM BEST® GPAEA Districts: BCSD Burlington Community School District, Central Lee Community School District, Fort Madison Community School District, & Keokuk Community School District

Release from Southeast Iowa STEM Region on 2-24-22:

Congratulations to these 10 school districts and their business/community partners in the SE Iowa STEM Region that received an award for the STEM BEST® H.D. (High Demand) Program! 🎉

The STEM BEST® H.D. Program is the result of a special appropriation from the Iowa legislature to expand the STEM BEST® (Businesses Engaging Student and Teachers) Program to focus efforts on job sectors that are in high demand (computer science/information technology, healthcare professions, and advanced manufacturing). It will help build partnerships between schools and businesses, allowing educators and industry professionals to work together to develop curriculum and projects that prepare students for careers in these high-demand fields.

🌟BCSD Burlington Community School District

🌟Bettendorf Community School District

🌟Central Lee Community School District

🌟Davenport Community Schools – Davenport Central

🌟 Davenport Community Schools – Davenport North High School

🌟 Davenport Community Schools – Davenport West High School

🌟Fort Madison Community School District

🌟Keokuk Community School District

🌟Linn-Mar Community Schools

🌟 Mount Vernon Community School District

🌟 Northeast Community School District

🌟Pleasant Valley Community School District

For more information about the STEM BEST® H.D. Program, please visit: https://www.iowastem.org/besthd

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