The national test results show scores from 4th- and 8th-graders.
State officials plan to administer a pilot test aligned with new science standards.
Paid out over five years, it’s one of the biggest grants the Department of Education's Hispanic-Serving Institutions STEM Program has awarded to help Latino and high-needs students
One of the goals is to increase the number of computer science courses offered.
The state wants to avoid double testing students during the transition to a new test.
School choice bills die; computer science, ethnic studies are pushed forward.
The new magnet school provides students a hands-on learning experience.
One-fifth of California high schools will offer the course this year
The goal is to keep students competitive in a global market.
The Pasadena elementary school received a federal grant to launch a STEM magnet program.
The all-girls school will focus on science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM.
The state currently lacks computer science curriculum standards.
The state ranks near the bottom nationally in the rate of bachelor and associate STEM degrees.