The Solar Eclipse and STEM: Is your Program Ready to Launch?

  It’s easy to take light for granted, but Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) wants to show us the importance of the Sun this summer. This nationwide campaign will largely impact STEM education, especially those in underserved areas without the resources to take advantage of the solar eclipse’s learning opportunities. Building on the Eclipse Education Program […]

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Don’t Underestimate the “M” in “STEM” Education

The “M” in “STEM” for once didn’t come in last when National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) then-President Linda M. Gojak delivered her keynote address, “Mathematics: The Language of the Sciences” at the 1st Annual STEM Conference in Cleveland, Ohio on March 21, 2014. Addressing over 300 STEM educators and professionals, Ms. Gojak, in true mathematical form, […]

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Get Ready: STEM Education Becomes More Important in 2015 ACT

STEM is not just a buzzword for educators. It’s everywhere, and it matters. If you haven’t taken notice yet, then the ACT may get your attention. Starting in 2015, not only will the most popular college entrance exam in the United States go digital, it also will give test takers a STEM (science, technology, engineering, […]

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