Here you'll find articles and resources for STEM+Arts education, also known as STEAM. Topics include science, technology, engineering, math and arts education and range from research reports to feature articles to profiles of makerspaces to news about new STEAM and STEAM initiatives in schools.
Adobe's suite of creation programs has been given a major ladling of updates in time for the company's annual user conference. Today, at Adobe MAX, Adobe showed new functionality for Creative Cloud.
VEX Robotics is launching a professional development program to train teachers on how to use the company’s robotics products.
The nonprofit Kapor Center is launching the Rising STEM Scholars Initiative to provide low income students and students of color opportunities to take AP courses in math, science and computer science.
The KIBO Home Robotics Course gives home educators and caregivers a new way to introduce coding and robotics to young children without using computers or screen time.
The CITGO Fueling Education Student Challenge tasks students with developing solutions to issues that impact their local communities.
RoboWunderkind is launching The Robo Coding Saga to give young children opportunities to experiment with building and coding robots.
The calculator company is adding new features into ClassPad.net, giving students access to a virtual protractor and compass tool, the ability to create grids and incorporate real world-images in geography.
The Amazon Future Engineering Program is providing Title I schools with resources to teach high students Intro and AP computer science courses.
Sony is giving educators a sneak peek of its KOOV Educator Kit through a new trial version that supports two learners and comes with 86 blocks, accessories, sensors, motors and LEDs.
Robotical, an Edinburgh, UK robotics company that introduced "Marty" in 2016 as a STEM learning tool, has announced a second-generation version that comes with new resources for the classrooms.
Adopting Zero Trust is a multistep process and quite a journey for most K-12 institutions — but the journey isn’t necessarily linear.