Shoring Up the Foundation of STEM Education

One of the slenderest reeds in the STEM education field is the capacity of elementary educators to prepare students for STEM success. No fault of theirs, to be sure – elementary educators are always being asked to do more and more. Here are some tips and resources for helping early learners start a rewarding, enriching STEM journey.

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As Engineering Grows in K-12, Who Will Teach It?

All the complicated questions about K-12 engineering can boil down this: Who will be there to teach it? Find out how current and future teachers get trained in engineering and who’s doing it.

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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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Elementary School Engineering Answers the Bell

Engineering isn't getting into elementary school classrooms any time soon. It's already there. New science standards include engineering as a core concept, but engineering has already staked a large claim to space in elementary schools across the country.

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