STEM education Tag Archive

Early STEM: Gaining Ground in Leading States

To assist states in expanding equitable access to high-quality science, technology, engineering and math experiences in pre-K through grade...

Read More

Supporting STEM Education From Preschool to Workforce

The United States is experiencing a supply and demand mismatch in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, with roughly 3...

Read More

New, Federal 5-Year STEM Strategic Plan Is a Starting Point for State Action

In December, the White House released the latest federal five-year strategic plan for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. It...

Read More

Do K-8 Students Have Opportunities to Learn Computer Science?

Dozens of states have joined the Computer Science for All initiative to tackle limited and inequitable access to computer science classes...

Read More

Cracking the Code: What Can We Learn From Successful State Computer Science Efforts?

States that are looking to broaden access to high-quality, K-12 computer science learning experiences can learn from states that have...

Read More

Making Elementary School an Engine of Scientific Achievement

For those of us alarmed by the frequent and dour news about American students’ lagging performance in science, the annual Regeneron...

Read More

Engineering Is Gaining Ground in Schools

It’s National Engineers Week, and advocates for teaching engineering in K-12 have reason to celebrate. Engineering is becoming part of...

Read More

The Other STEM Gender Gap

Between 2016 to 2026, labor economists expect nearly 230,000 job openings each year for registered nurses (median wage: $68,450), nurse...

Read More

Check the Pulse of STEM in Your State With Vital Signs

Today, thanks to Change the Equation, we become the home of Vital Signs, a tool allowing you to assess the health of STEM education by...

Read More

Elementary School Teachers Help Students Tackle Math with Help of Teacher Advisor

This is a guest blog post by Cliff Archey, manager of education programs at IBM Corporate Citizenship, and a former teacher. IBM has a...

Read More