Education News

  • Keeping Kids Engaged with STEM in the age of COVID

    Now that we have survived the last quarter of the school year being turned upside down by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, many teachers, parents and ...
  • Creating STEM Education for Low Income Students

    A report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates that STEM fields will expand faster than non-STEM jobs with STEM jobs growing almost 17% in 2018 as opposed to just under 10% for non-STEM jobs. With the lack of access to STEM careers students from low-income families are also prevented from accessing not only the industries with the highest growth, but also some of the highest paying jobs in the United States.