STEM Challenges: Should You Assess?

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Wondering how - or even if - you should be assessing STEM Challenges? I've given this a LOT of thought! Let me walk you through my thought process on the topic!

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I elaborate on the topic on this related blog post: http://plansforabettertomorrow.blogspot.com/2016/12/stem-challenges-to-assess-or-not-to.html

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