Five Questions With: Rebekah Gendron

"Young kids are naturally interested in building and experimenting. However, studies show that girls, in particular, start to lose interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) as early as the fourth or fifth grade. "
Rebekah Gendron, president of the board of directors for Rhode Island Students of the Future, talked about how the organization got started with Providence Business News and its mission going forward. She also is the coordinator of instructional technology for the East Providence School Department. PBN: Tell me about Rhode Island Students of the Future…

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