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Math Does Not Equal Calculating: Using Computer-Based Math Education

Research STEM Education Initiative: Programs for Educators and Students Enhance and foster your students' skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to empower the next generation of innovators STEM can give students the skills for exciting and rewarding careers, and even to help build a better world—design an underwater city, develop a new source of renewable energy, or find a cure for cancer. Millions of students use Mathematica and our vast repository of educational resources to gain a new perspective on science, math, and engineering. Through a variety of special programs and opportunities for students, your students too can get a leg up in their classes, research projects, and career opportunities. Learn more »