Preschool Counts, a program piloted by Stanford University in 2013, is boosting early math skills by pairing undergraduate students with preschoolers to practice math through games and other activities.
The Code.org Advocacy Coalition designed nine policies to increase access to computer science classes for all students.
California State Board of Education adopted California’s first ever model K-12 computer science standards last week.
Scores rose 8 points after teachers took a course designed to improve their own knowledge.
Intensive teacher training led to John Muir Elementary seeing a spike in math scores
After-school coding classes, high school tech internships and STEM teacher residencies are among the programs funded in the new state budget.
The district-run math-and-science school opened in 2016 and already has a waiting list of 400.
Too many students think 'STEM is only for the smartest of the smart,' while millions of jobs go unfilled.
New data from the Office of Civil Rights shows wide gaps in advanced math and science enrollment.
The report by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics report calls for an end to tracking, and more practical course offerings.
More teachers are using Minecraft and other digital games to teach history, science, math and other subjects.
Mobile science labs, Skype lessons with scientists and robotics workshops are among the offerings at some remote schools.
The technology, combined with supportive teachers, has opened the door to science careers.
Alternatives to algebra open up new opportunities for students.
$20,000 award from National Science Teachers Association will provide much-needed supplies to East Oakland middle school