STEMtistics

CTEq provides research and information to help you make the case for STEM learning and literacy. 

Check out CTEq’s STEMtistics on a variety of topics (from girls in STEM to jobs and the workforce to minorities in engineering, and more!) for research and data to guide the STEM conversation.

STEM Interest Rising

Source: ACT, The Conditions of STEM 2015, 2015. https://www.act.org/stemcondition/15/overview.html

Lonely at the Top

Source: Center for American Progress, A Look at the Education Crisis, January 2016.
https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/education/report/2016/01/26/129547/a-look-at-the-education-crisis/

Tags: math

Lacking Confidence in Computer Science

Source: Gallup, Images of Computer Science: Perceptions Among Students, Parents and Educators in the U.S., 2016. http://services.google.com/fh/files/misc/images-of-computer-science-report.pdf

Tags: STEMtistics

Algebra II Doubles the Odds

Source: National Math & Science Initiative, STEM Education & Workforce, January 2014https://www.nms.org/Portals/0/Docs/STEM%20Crisis%20Page%20Stats%20and%20References.pdf

Tags: math

STEM Professor Gender Gap

Source: U.S. News & World Report, Gender and Kids Matter in STEM Academia-But Not Just for Women, March 2014. http://www.usnews.com/news/blogs/data-mine/2014/03/07/gender-and-kids-matter-in-stem-academia-but-not-just-for-women

Tags: women & girls, STEM degrees, jobs & workforce

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