How should math and science be taught in California? What courses or pathways would best prepare and equip students to succeed in college and careers? And how does California achieve that while facing a shortage of teachers in both math and science. How well students do in each of these major areas of the curriculum have long-range implications for California’s future. Also see our special project on Teaching mathematics in California.
Math learning experts are pushing for grade-level content over remediation during the pandemic.
As California faces another coronavirus surge, scientists and museum guides are taking to Zoom to meet students at home.
Skills and knowledge matter, but workers must be able to apply them to solve problems in rapidly shifting work environments.
The decision comes after CSU delayed a vote to add a quantitative reasoning course — in addition to 3 years of math — as an admission requirement.
In California, leaders of 37% of outdoor education programs said they will remain closed due to lack of financing after the coronavirus pandemic.
While some families are doing science projects at home, teachers say a lack of supplies makes it difficult to assign hands-on experiments.
Some companies are cancelling summer internships altogether amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Los Angeles Unified is encouraging STEM schools to get a certificate indicating that the school meets high standards set by the district.
The results are the first set of scores for a new test aligned with California’s new science standards.
Search for your school or district's 2018-19 scores on the new California Science Test.
Family coding events have spurred some districts to increase computer science offerings during the school day.
An independent group will be commissioned to study CSU's proposal to require a fourth year of high school math in freshman admissions.
For years the need for trained and qualified teachers has been growing in schools across California, especially in math and science.
A series of activities designed to teach math concepts inspired by children’s books is being piloted as part of a statewide early math initiative.
U.S. math scores have not budged significantly since 2003 on the worldwide assessment.