TweetInternational Innovation sat down with the STEM Education Coalition’s Executive Director, James Brown, to discuss the importance of STEM education in the United States, what trends we have seen over the past year, and what to expect in 2015. Read full story here. — International Innovation publishes global insight and analysis on current scientific research trends, as […]
Tweet The STEM Ed Coalition and its Members have worked with the offices of Congressman Derek Kilmer (WA06) and Larry Bucshon (IN08) on the importance of including engineering in the AP curriculum. This week, the offices released a statement in in support of an AP Engineering course. “In a bipartisan letter to the National Science […]
TweetTom Perry, Director of Engineering Education at ASME, and James Brown of the STEM Education Coalition, joined Larry Jacobs, host of EduTalk Radio, to discuss how to get more kids to look into engineering paths when thinking about their future careers. Listen to the interview here.
Tweet The National Science Foundation (NSF) has released a new online data tool focusing on nation-wide trends in science, technology, engineering, and math. The interactive, user-friendly tool allows educators, policy-makers, and business leaders to compare a wide range of data from early childhood education to America’s workforce in STEM fields. Please find the NSF press release below for more information about […]
Tweet The STEM Education Coalition and Jerry Elner, National Director High School Development for Universal Technical Institute sat down with EduTalk Radio to discuss STEM Education and its role in creating a better American workforce. Listen to the full interview here.
TweetThe STEM Education Coalition is pleased to announce that Measured Progress, an industry leader in the development of customized, K-12 student assessments for schools, districts, and states, is joining the STEM Education Coalition Leadership Council. A non-profit based in New Hampshire, Measured Progress is also heavily engaged in work around student achievement and has extensive […]
TweetAs a part of the STEM Education Coalition’s ongoing effort to interview leading federal and state policymakers on STEM issues of the day, we are proud to present the following interview with the President and CEO of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Sharon P. Robinson. .. Q1: Can you tell us a little […]
TweetThe STEM Education Coalition is pleased to announce that ThreatTrack Security Inc., a leading national cyber-security company, has joined the Coalition’s Leadership Council. ThreatTrack Security specializes in helping organizations identify and stop Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs), targeted attacks and other sophisticated malware designed to evade the traditional cyber-defenses deployed by enterprises and government agencies around the world. Like many […]
TweetThe STEM Education Coalition is proud to announce that Channel One News, a Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Company, has joined the Coalition’s Leadership Council. For more than two decades, Channel One News has been bringing the latest news from around the world to the classroom, with a special focus on common-core aligned news programming. The mission at […]
TweetAs part of the STEM Education Coalition’s ongoing Q&A series, several members of the STEM Education Coalition hosted a STEM Education Roundtable with Nina Davuluri, Miss America 2014. Nina is the first Miss America to have graduated in a STEM field, with a degree in Brain, Behavior & Cognitive Science from the University of Michigan. […]