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  • STEM Education: When or How?
  • Apr 13, 2014 - To address the coming shortfall in trained STEM workers, many individuals have focused on how to bridge this gap. Some advocate for increasing compulsory STEM education at younger ages, while others call for changing how STEM information is conveyed to students.... [read more]
  • Making STEM Appealing to Woman
  • Apr 06, 2014 - As of 2013, only 27 percent of computer science workers were female; similar statistics exist across many STEM fields. By implementing and utilizing new government programs in addition to strategic partnerships with nonprofit organizations, a new attitude towards girls and science can be achieved so that this trend can be reversed.... [read more]
  • The Important Role of Small Colleges in STEM Education
  • Mar 25, 2014 - Small colleges may be the answer to STEM's big challenges. A new report by the Council of Independent Colleges emphasizes the importance of smaller colleges in advancing students through the STEM pipeline. Reports also show that students who begin their studies at community colleges do better when transferring to larger schools.... [read more]
  • The Progress of STEM Education as a National Policy Issue
  • Mar 23, 2014 - Several congresswomen and President Obama have submitted several proposals over the previous weeks in a joint effort to improve and support STEM education in America. Focusing on revamping current efforts and better representing minorities and women, these proposals have an uphill battle if they are ever to enact real change. Regardless, now is the... [read more]
  • Spurring STEM Education beyond Textbooks
  • Mar 16, 2014 - When policymakers want to expand student horizons, this often means taking STEM education beyond the textbook. However, success in this area depends on educators staying abreast of developments in the STEM world. One resource for this comes from TED Talks, which are programs that frequently deal with topics of interest in the STEM education world.... [read more]
  • Promoting Civic Literacy through STEM
  • Mar 06, 2014 - The need for a more-equipped STEM workforce has never been more apparent. As the United States continues to try to pull itself out of the worst recession in recent history, manufacturers are reporting that they have jobs that remain unfilled due to a lack of qualified specialists in various STEM sub-fields.... [read more]
  • Making Advocates for STEM Outside of the STEM World
  • Feb 27, 2014 - People who have been following the debate about STEM education can recite the basic storyline from memory: Over the next 20 years, the number of jobs in science, technology, engineering and math are going to rapidly expand. This will, in turn, make STEM a larger part of the economy than it has ever been before. However, a dual trend indicates that ... [read more]
  • Science Education Needs Better Press
  • Feb 12, 2014 - One of the most viral science education stories of 2014 in the United States happened this month. In a two-and-a-half hour YouTube event, two leaders in their field debated whether creationism or evolution offered a better point of view for how to approach the beginnings of life and the universe. Bill Nye, popularly known for his educational scienc... [read more]
  • Flipping the Classroom for a Better STEM Outcome
  • Feb 08, 2014 - Over the past month, many policymakers and news organizations have lauded the efforts of dozens of nonprofit, business and other interest groups that have worked diligently over the years to increase student awareness and preparedness in STEM subjects. These groups help motivate students by providing hands-on learning opportunities that give them t... [read more]
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