Center For STEM Education
We're surrounded by science and technology yet many ask why bother with math and science? The answer is simple: math and science are primary sources of lifelong learning and the progress of our civilization. Right now, our 12th graders are dead last in science against international competition, and we’re significantly behind in math and technology also.
The Center for STEM Education has been established to be the primary resource for enhancing preparation of STEM educators, administrators and professionals and be a leader in advancing the scholarship of STEM education. The Center will provide strong, visionary leadership in advancing STEM education and literacy through research and collaborative initiatives. Through training and programs, the Center will improve STEM literacy among all citizens, enhancing our society in a way we can remain competitive and maintain innovation in the global economy.
- Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Energizing and Employing America for a Brighter Economic Future
- Accelerating Progress Towards a Brighter Economic Future: Summary of a Convocation 2009
Center reports, publications, and presentations
A week long immersive course promoting the STEM fields. Click here to see all of the activities the students participated in!
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Last day to add classes with special permission (15-week classes only)