Hodges publishes with COE alumna in NYAR Journal
Charles Hodges, Ph.D.
Charles Hodges, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Leadership, Technology and Human Development, and COE alumna Rachel Harris, published “STEM Education in Rural Schools: Implications of Untapped Potential” in the 2018 edition of the National Youth-At-Risk Journal. In the article, Hodges and Harris explore STEM education in rural schools and the unique considerations and issues associated with STEM education for students, teacher and parents in rural communities. Indicating that nearly 6.5 million students are attending remote and small rural school districts around the country, the specific lack of adequate STEM education impacts the country’s ability to compete in the global economy.
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