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Material published:
Publishes: Articles; Nonfiction

Areas include: Science; Technology

Markets: Professional
Submissions policy:
This magazine accepts unsolicited MSS.
Length limits:
Articles: 2,000 words;
Year founded:
1934
Frequency:
Ten issues per year.
Approximate circulation:
40,000
Payment for the author?:
Yes – $100-$150.

Additional information

Publishes articles about what is going on in the career-technical and STEM education fields; ideas teachers can use in the classroom; and anything that can help prepare students for a career. See website for submission guidelines.

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