STEM Education

A 3D printer builds a scale model of buildings.
June 1, 2016
In St. Louis, a growing maker network gives students the tools to invent the future.
By
Leah Fabel
A high-school aged girl with short curly brown hair in braids and a white shirt, smiling in front of a row of black lockers.
May 7, 2015
Patrick Platt is 14 years old and in sixth grade for the third time, but in "Google Club" he's a star.
By
Tim Kennedy
A middle-school aged girl with curly black hair in braids working at a computer, wearing a white polo shirt.
Nine out of ten K–12 schools offer no computer science classes. Twenty-five states don’t count computer science credits toward math or science requirements for high school graduation. Teachers and advocates are working to change that.
Veasey Conway
May 7, 2015
A career in computer science can be a ticket out of poverty, but most high-need schools don’t teach it. That may be changing.
By
Tim Kennedy