As the second year of STEAM education in the Santa Rosa County school system comes to a close, Superintendent Tim Wyrosdick can say with confidence that the program has exceeded expectations.
“We started this with goals to develop students who could facilitate, collaborate and be innovative,” Wyrosdick said. “It has far surpassed our expectations and has changed the classroom paradigm. Teachers are teaching differently and having fun, and students are learning differently and having fun.”
The Santa Rosa School District has made a five-year commitment to STEAM, which stands for science, technology, engineering, the arts and math.
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