STEM education touted in Iowa
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DES MOINES — An Iowa program designed to cultivate students' interest in science, technology, engineering and math is beginning to pay dividends, education and political leaders said Monday. Shelly Vanyo, a science teacher at Boone High School, said ...
STEM education in Iowa touted
SUNY Canton's Camp Invention is Morphing STEM Education
I'm excited to see the number of girls going up in our population, because typically in the past STEM has been a male dominated field. I'm excited to see more girls joining our program, and of course different grades coming along as well," said Michno.
LETTER: STEM education the key to success
Photo by Harry Baumert. Shot 8/17/07. Cedar Rapids, Ia. - b0818rockwell.1hb - Inventor Dean Kamen, left, watches Panashe Tavaziva and Ananya Munjal, both 11, demonstrate their LEGO robot on Friday morning in Cedar Rapids. Rockwell Collins has ...
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The standard narrative today is that science, technology, mathematics, and engineering (STEM) education is important because we need more data scientists, engineers, and STEM professionals. But promoting STEM education is critical for another reason ...
Science Center Is A STEM Education Asset
Regarding the criticism of the grant to Connecticut Science Center [July 26, Connecticut, "State Cultural Policies Slammed"], the center is more than just a tourist attraction. It's a precious jewel in encouraging and enhancing science, technology ...
Hype over Census Bureau STEM report is overblown
Whatever the number generated, it should not be seen as determining the need for STEM education. For too long, the public debate over STEM has focused on job numbers. STEM education is seen as valuable only when there's an oversupply of traditional ...
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Space Ref (press release)
"There is nothing like the thrill of accomplishment to inspire future success," said Linda P. Rosen, CEO of Change the Equation, a national organization that works at the intersection of business and education to ensure that all students are STEM literate.
House passes Rep. Esty's STEM Education Act
“STEM education is critical to preparing our students for high-demand careers in engineering, manufacturing, and information technology,” Esty said in a statement. “I've heard time and time again from manufacturers and small business owners that it's ...
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Huffington Post (blog)
Wouldn't that be more prudent than the current practice of outsourcing to fill STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) jobs? According to the Department of Labor, only five percent of our workforce is currently in fields associated with ...
Struthers to intensify STEM education at elementary school
Nohra explained the district's purchase of materials from the Pittsburgh-based ASSET STEM Education is necessary. The investigative, hands-on approach it touts is “more in line with the new Common Core” standards than traditional teaching methods.
Dr. James J Hirstein
Professor of Mathematics
The University of Montana