Articles: STEM

Alison DeNisco
Congress Elementary School’s STEM drama club after a performance about animals.
Arizona district adds robotics and a STEM drama club
Chris Nicholson
“NMC Horizon Report 2015 K-12 Edition” aims each year to identify the leading trends in technology and education for the next half-decade.
Personalizing learning, teaching complex thinking and reimagining role of teachers will be challenges
Alison DeNisco
Fourteen states require a student be allowed to fulfill a math, science or foreign language credit for high school graduation by completing a computer science course. (Click to enlarge)
Recent reports reveal lack of female and minority students in AP computer science courses
Alison DeNisco
Last year, more than 900 middle school students gathered at the American Museum of Natural History in one of New York City’s largest science fairs (with more than 400 projects) on the 10th anniversary of the museum’s middle school science initiative, Urban Advantage.
American Museum of Natural History provides research and lab experiences for under-resourced high school students

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McPherson Magnet School successfully pilots new middle school content from the MIND Research Institute
Part of Minding Math, a special report from the MIND Research Institute