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This past April, the Sugar Association’s educational resources were accredited by STEM.org, the oldest STEM education research and credentialing organization in America, allowing our classroom materials to carry the accreditation trustmark on all digital and print formats. This accreditation is a significant nod to the quality of the Association’s materials. It also serves to enhance the credibility of the whole industry to external audiences, increases our ability to be effective in reaching educators and their students, and opens up new opportunities to expand our reach through the STEM.org partnership and other organizations.

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