In Cybersecurity, Change Describes Education and Threats Alike

Cybersecurity education is the long-term solution to workforce needs, and exciting things are happening in the field. Find out how gamification, competitions, and integration with other K-12 subjects can open the field up to new populations of students who might not think they belong.

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Summer Mixed the Future of STEM with Blasts from the Past

Snoopy and friends made a long-awaited return to their old NASA home this summer, among other interesting developments in STEM education, some retro and others very now, indeed.

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Get to Know Cybersecurity Education

First of its kind in print, our Cybersecurity Career Guide shows middle and high school students what jobs in the field are really like and how to find their way into them. One of the fastest-growing, most important fields in the country, cybersecurity offers opportunities for students of all backgrounds and interests.

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A Head Start in Engineering Can Begin at Home

Engineering outreach rarely reaches kids at home, where it might be needed the most. But at-home engineering projects can bring the field to life for kids and parents alike. Read more to discover why and how to make engineering a part of household learning and fun.

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Opening Up the Black Box of "Career Readiness"

“Career readiness” means many different things to many different people. From career and technical education to 21st-century skills, a framework that fits for all students is hard to find. Could engineering in K-12 be a linchpin to the solution?

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Cybersecurity Education Is Quickly Coming of Age

Cybersecurity education is fast becoming both necessary and popular. Right now, it’s more common in afterschool programs than formal K-12 education. But that will and should be changing.

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Making STEM a Solid Pillar of National Security

Cutting-edge technical sophistication in warfighting tools and systems is a pillar of military capability. The workforce behind robust defense S&T, though, is under stress from inside and outside the Pentagon. See what the military is doing to make things better.

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Take Our Children to Work Day: 6 Kids Who Already Got the Memo

Every April, millions of kids get a flavor for what work is all about on Take Your Kids to Work Day. However, when it comes to engineering, these six precocious kids have already figured it out.

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Round-Up: Holiday Fun, a Mixed ESSA Bag, and Perhaps a Reprieve from the Robots

A dash of engineering for the holidays, an education law with something for everyone, and the hair dryer that fried IBM.

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Can Entrepreneurship Save Engineering Education?

For engineers, the idea of starting your own company comes packaged in sparkling myth and alluring legend. Its appeal is bringing change to engineering education, led by student demand. Will entrepreneurship remake engineering education? Find out who's leading the charge and where they're going.

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Round-up: About that Bus Full of Lawyers...

Diversity concerns lead the week following International Women's Day, the guilty-pleasure US News graduate school rankings are out, and engineering blows by law school as the education of choice for those in search of job opportunities and good pay.

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