This annual report notes important achievements for the wind industry. Overall, wind turbine innovation increasingly makes wind energy development across the country a winning proposition.

The underlying assumption is that in order for the US to have a STEM-ready workforce everyone needs to take STEM in high school, the more the better.

A new study has identified two factors that characterize sustainable university and college programs designed to increase the production of highly qualified physics teachers.

The report identified that American youth and adults lacking basic skills make up a significant part of the U.S. labor forced. U.S. adults between the ages of 16 and 65, 36 million have low literacy skills, and 62 million have low numeracy skills.

Today, many afterschool and summer programs include science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) as a standard part of their comprehensive programming.

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STEM Ed Presentation
State STEM Reports State STEM 2014 (R&D STEM & Data) Report cards to help illustrate the importance of scientific research to state and local economies, job growth, innovation, our standard of living, and national security.


ASTRA Co-hosts the Third in Series of PGCPS "Great by Choice Campaign"

Featuring Dr. Joyce Malyn Smith 'Bridging Research, Policy and Practice: Computer Science Education and Career Pathways.
left to right: Dr. Joyce Malyn-Smith and Dr. Ronnie Lowenstein, Sr. Advisor and Futurist to ASTRA. left to right: Dr. Kara Libby, Deputy Superintendent, Dr. Shawn Joseph, Dr. Joie Austria

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