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First Georgia STEM Day is May 3

Friday May 3, 2013 is the first Georgia STEM Day. Established by the Georgia Department of Education and in partnership with the TAG Education Collaborative (TAG-Ed), it's a statewide day for schools, students, teachers, and companies to raise awareness, celebrate and engage in activities involving science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), in order to make the critical connection between the classroom and a student’s future career.

Register your class for Georgia STEM Day activities by signing up here. 

Find activities and opportunities for the day here.

Fast Forward is our web series that promotes STEM careers available in Georgia. On Georgia STEM Day, we encourage you use the series in your classrooms and home schools. Check out the Teachable Moments section that explains complicated jargon. And follow the Fast Forward blog to learn the behind the scenes details on how the episode was made. For more resources, check out STEM Central too.

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Watch Fast Forward's visit to Gulfstream Aerospace.