There are good things to celebrate in STEM, and the gains made by Latino students are chief among them. The percentage of Latino students who lack basic math skills has fallen significantly since 1992.
Arguably the best food holiday of the year is nearly upon us. Our stomachs are gurgling with anticipation of all the turkey, mashed potatoes, and other treats that will grace our tables this Thursday. But we couldn't let the holiday pass us by without diving into the STEM behind the perfect Thanksgiving meal.
It’s no secret that tech pays off. In fact, middle skill jobs in tech are growing significantly faster than those that don’t require tech skills. With Computer Science Education Week just around the corner, now might be just the right time to start developing your tech skills.
This is the third in a series of blogs about work-based learning in STEM. Classroom visits are one of six types of employer-led learning activities highlighted in our employer’s guide to work-based learning.
The population of students of color is growing, but many of those students don't have teachers who look like them. Only 13 percent of public school math teachers are minorities -- a number we've got to change to make our schools more reflective of our overall population.
This is the second in a series of blogs on work-based learning in STEM. Company tours are one of six types of employer-led learning activities highlighted in our employer’s guide to work-based learning.