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Science, Technology, and Engineering

"Today more than ever before, science holds the key to our survival as a planet and our security and prosperity as a nation" (Obama, 2008).

Scientific literacy assumes an increasingly important role in the context of globalization. The rapid pace of technological advances, access to an unprecedented wealth of information, and the pervasive impact of science and technology on day-to-day living require a depth of understanding that can be enhanced through quality science education. In the 21st century, science education focuses on the practices of science that lead to a greater understanding of the growing body of scientific knowledge that is required of citizens in an ever- changing world. 

Alexander G. Kuziola, Ed.D.
Supervisor of Science, Technology, and Engineering
908-769-6000, ext. 3109