National Consortium of Secondary STEM Schools (NCSSS) Joins the Coalition’s Leadership Council

Tweet May 5, 2015 The National Consortium of Secondary STEM Schools (NCSSS) has joining the STEM Education Coalition’s Leadership Council.   Established in 1988, NCSSS was created to provide a forum for specialized secondary schools focused on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines to exchange information and program ideas.  The Consortium now includes approximately 100 […]

Coalition Statement on Senate ESEA Bill, Franken-Kirk-Murray Bipartisan STEM Amendment

TweetThe Coalition released the following statements on the Every Child Achieves Act and Franken-Kirk-Murray Amendment to the Senate’s ESEA bill: Every Child Achieves Act: While the Every Child Achieves Act retains the federal requirement for states to measure student achievement in math and science, it places no funding priority on the STEM subjects and would […]

Coalition Supports Perkins CTE Act Reauthorization

TweetThe STEM Education Coalition works aggressively to raise awareness in Congress about the critical role of STEM education in the US. Current workforce demands are changing the STEM conversation as employers are reporting a shortage of skilled workers to fill in-demand positions. Career and technical education (CTE) programs throughout the country are central to overcoming this […]

Coalition Publishes 2014 Annual Report

TweetMarch 12, 2014  The Coalition today published it’s Annual Report for 2014, highlighting its activities, accomplishments, and major media coverage of its work over the past year.   Several highlights of the Coalitions work include: The Coalition’s advocacy in support of the Department of Education’s Math and Science Partnerships program led to a $5 million increase […]

Coalition Opposes Passage of Student Success Act, Supports Successful Workforce Amendment

TweetFebruary 25, 2015 The STEM Education Coalition issued the following statement on House consideration of the Student Success Act (H.R. 5): “The STEM Education Coalition continues to oppose the Student Success Act (H.R. 5). In today’s economy every student needs to have a strong foundation in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) subjects in […]