Science, Technology, Engineering & Math


Professional Development Just-in-Time and One-on-One

A new Gates Foundation-funded pilot is testing how effective professional development can be when the algebra teacher turns to an online coach in real time for assistance with lessons and classroom management.

Cisco, MIND Partner To Bring Math Program to Arizona Schools

The MIND Research Institute has received a $250,000 grant from the Cisco Foundation to provide its visual math education program, ST Math, to 4,000 students in Arizona.

New Site Offers Online Resources for Parents, Teachers, and Students

A newly launched site, designed to serve as an interactive educational tool with a science focus, will feature free lesson plan, videos, and activities aligned to national education standards.

PBS Program Will Promote Engineering to Middle School Students

PBS program "Design Squad Nation" has announced it will partner with Rocket21 to engage its community of tweens in the show's content and activities to help meet the demand for engineers in the job market in the years to come.

Mobile Learning Center Promotes STEM, Energy Awareness

The Army National Guard’s Mobile Learning Center Program is coming to the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh. The interactive program is designed to raise math and science literacy and tours throughout the country.

NAPE-EF Receives Grants to Boost Science and Technology Equity

The National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Education Foundation (NAPE-EF) has received grants from two sources that will further the use of educational technology to help achieve equity for groups underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

Mooresville Graded School District Ramps Up Online Math Credit Recovery

A North Carolina school district is providing middle and high school students who need to make up credits an opportunity to complete their coursework online.

High Schoolers Get Taste of Real Life Engineering in MIT Summer Camp

A program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) this summer introduced Boston high school students to a heady taste of engineering.

11 Educators Selected To Represent U.S. at Partners in Learning Global Forum

Microsoft Partners in Learning has selected 11 educators to represent the United States at the Partners in Learning Global Forum in Washington, DC in the fall.

Competition Seeks STEM Innovations

The Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Opportunity Equation, and Ashoka's Changemakers have partnered to launch a competition designed to inspire STEM learning solutions.

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