USF to Reform STEM Programs with $3 Million Grant

Awesome news from the old Alma Mater! After receiving a $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), USF will endeavor to reform its Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs. Chemistry Professor Gerhard Meisels is leading this change,...

STEM Education: A Case for Early Learning

Russell Shilling is the Executive Director of STEM in the Office of Innovation and Improvement. G.K. Chesterton captured the essence of early-childhood when he said, “Fairy tales say that apples were golden only to refresh the forgotten moment when we found that they...

Can an English Teacher Learn to Code?

In  September, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a ten-year deadline to offer computer science to every New York City public-school student at every grade level. One of the major obstacles to achieving “Computer Science for All,” as the undertaking is called, is the fact...

Engineering our Future with STEM Education

Brentwood Elementary and Wake STEM Early College High School were recognized by the State Board of Education for meeting the model level of achievement in STEM instruction East Cary Middle School was honored for meeting the prepared level To prepare students for...