Girl Scouts of the USA are launching 24 opportunities “designed to help Kentucky [scouts] practice ambitious leadership in the crucial areas of automotive engineering, STEM career exploration, entrepreneurship, and civics.” The press release notes many of these career paths “are male-dominated” and these badges are an attempt to expose young girls to the opportunities in those fields […]
With such a gap in skills for technological positions such as IT, it comes down to educating a younger class of potential employees. STEM in K-12 could be the solution to closing the skills gap for good.
Craigslist founder donated $1 million to STEM initiatives in low-income areas through DonorsChoose, a platform that will help multiply the gift’s benefits.
Internet of Things (IoT) technology can be introduced into the classroom in order to impact instruction and change the way students learn.
CCS Presentation Systems is releasing an all-in-one mobile STEM lab for K-12 classrooms called the CCS STEM Cart.
Apple is partnering with Northwestern and Chicago Public Schools to bring the Everyone Can Code curriculum to the major city by tutoring the teachers.
The organizers of the Massachusetts STEM Summit are pleased to announce the launch of the 2016 Call for Sessions and Exhibits.
The Harris poll concludes that the majority of parents are worried that a career in STEM teaching won’t pay enough.
These machines enhance STEM learning and help students build on skills they’ll need for real-world careers.
The partnership looks to increase STEM opportunities for women and provides MIT with resources to support women STEM leaders of the future.