Congratulations on your choice to participate in an FBLA Competitive Event! By competing, you are not only broadening your knowledge of the business world, but also opening yourself up to meet other FBLA members that are interested in similar aspects of FBLA as you are.
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2016-2017 Application Forms
The following document contains all sections necessary to apply for FY '16 - '17 Carl Perkins Formula Allocation. Deadline for submission is February 1, 2016. For questions, contact your DPI Liaison (coming soon!).
As put forth in the list of big-picture goals below, effective STEM Education programs have the potential to do more than engage students in projects. They are pathways to equitably prepare students for college and career pursuits, supporting stronger communities across Wisconsin. School programs should be designed to ensure that all graduates are “STEM literate.”
STEM Education in Wisconsin should:
Effective STEM Qualities - How is STEM more than a sum of its parts? What is STEM literacy? What are the characteristics of a quality STEM education program?
Grants – details on DPI STEM grants and dozens of other STEM related grant programs and writing tips
Student Opportunities and Contests – calendar of student opportunities, listing of student contests related to STEM