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Today in STEM: January 16

The Winter Olympics are just around the corner and, although the games date back to ancient times, one piece of modern technology has completely changed the way many athletes compete for glory.&nbs

Science S.O.S.!

With the New Year now upon us, it’s the perfect time to look inward and identify ways to improve, strive, and broaden, even in STEM.  In this spirit, Change the Equation is challenging states

Today in STEM: December 19

Here at Change the Equation, we love space and we love trivia, which is why we were particularly drawn to this little tidbit . . .

December STEM Salon: Bridging the Gender Gap in Computer Science

Dec STEM Salon

Code Red: Where Are the Women in Computing?

Here at CTEq, we're issuing a "code red."

Common core: a solution for education stagnation

The results of a major international test of 15-year-olds came out this morning, and the U.S. doesn’t have much to brag about.

New Math Scores: Are We Losing Steam?

Results from the National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP) came out today, and they tell a somewhat depressing story. The math scores of U.S.

Some states are riding high. Others? Not so much.

We often hear that the United States lags behind other nations in its students math performance.

TIMMS: You Take the Good, You Take the Bad

Results from a study linking performance of eighth graders, state-by-state, on the National Assessment of Educational Progress with the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)

The STEM Shortage: Myth or Reality? Talent Recruiters Weigh In

Is the shortage of workers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) a myth or a reality?

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