The two worlds of Agriculture and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, or STEM, had a group of 4-H students shooting for the stars in a recent Youth Lab.
The out-of-this-world lesson was part of the National 4-H Science mission mandate, which is designed to address the following: unsolved worldwide social problems, a shortage of scientists and people understanding science in the United States, underrepresentation of women and minorities in science careers, a need for a more diverse pool of trained scientists to frame and solve problems and educate others. The general population in the U.S. (and worldwide) lacks a basic understanding of scientific methods and content (âscience literacyâ) (4-H Science Logic Model, 2010).
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