The Path to Top STEM Careers for Black Men Starts in K–12 Classrooms
A lack of representation of Black men as math teachers also signals to Black students that careers in science, technology, engineering, and math—STEM—are also not for them.
Corps Member Begins Visioning for Mobile Student App
Monique Nunnally (Metro Atlanta, '15) writes about her vision for her students.
Everyone Benefits When We Give STEM the Gift of Girls
Education can play a significant role in bridging gender equity gaps, but these benefits can only be achieved if we reimagine the STEM experience for girls.
Can a Software Company Help Schools Achieve Equity?
A team of epidemiologists and computer scientists believe the same kind of computational forecasting that predicts the spread of a virus can also help guide the spread of equity and social health.
Why It's Important to Break Computer Science Stereotypes
Ruth Mesfun (Charlotte ’12) discusses harmful stereotypes in computer science and why we need to break them in order to get students interested in tech careers.
STEMming the Gender Gap
Many girls are never exposed to a role model who looks like them in STEM. These Teach For America alumni are encouraging girls to pursue STEM careers in innovative ways.
The Chemistry of Coaching
Learn how Laura McKelvey acts as a coach both for her baseball team and her chemistry students.
In D.C., educators are striving to ensure that their older students with intellectual disabilities are prepared for a vital life opportunity: a job.
What It Takes to Launch a Robotics Team in a Rural Community
Liddy Renner (Idaho '18) helped students at Homedale High School to set up the school's first robotics team.