Teachers say they're spending hundreds out of pocket to pay for science experiment supplies.
An arts charter that adds science, technology, math and engineering finds a winning combination.
Learning about disasters can minimize students' stress and help future generations minimize risks, teachers say.
Computer science programs expected to be a priority for Department of Education grants
State grants allow campuses to shorten credential process from 5 1/2 to 4 years.
Rare astronomical phenomena on Aug. 21 coincides with the start of school for many districts.
Hidden Genius Project, among others, provides free programming classes to underrepresented groups.
A new AP Computer Science Principles class focuses on the “big ideas” behind computer science.
Project Lead the Way, the California Mathematics Council and Storyline Online provide ideas for activities parents and children can do together.
The Technovation contest is one of many summer programs aimed at encouraging girls to pursue math and computer science.
The state's fourth-largest school district is among the leaders in finding creative ways to staff classrooms.
Statewide efforts to increase the number of math and science teachers have had some impact.
To help solve California's math and science teacher shortage, new programs aim to help mid-career professionals switch careers.
Those who are participating say it's important to fight funding cuts to science agencies and education.
Girls score the same as boys on math and science tests, but women make up only 29 percent of the STEM workforce.