U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) spoke on the Senate floor about provisions she included in education reform legislation to support science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
The exhibits feature a wide range of artifacts representing American inventions and ingenuity.
In EcoMOBILE, students’ field trip experiences are enhanced by using two forms of mobile technology for science education–mobile broadband devices and environmental probeware.
For Avi and students like her across the country who are learning to code in and out of the classroom, how they build is as important as what they build.
Gaining real-world experience is important for a future in STEM. Listen to students share their thoughts on the value of STEM education.
The number of students in the United States pursuing degrees in the math and science fields lags well behind dozens of industrialized countries, and the numbers are even smaller for women and people of color. But one program is using robotics as a way to inspire interest young people.
A new approach to early childhood education that focuses more attention on science and math while incorporating important literacy connections along the way.
Interview with Dr. Shirly Malcom, Head of Education and Human Resources Programs, AAAS, and Dr. Timothy L. Killeen, President, University of Illinois.
ASTRA joined its partners, including the Prince George’s County Public Schools and the Global NetGeneration of Youth STEM Ambassadors for Rep. Donna Edwards (MD-4) 7th Annual Blastoff! event held on Capitol Hill April 28. Rep. Edwards, who serves as the Ranking Member on the House Science, Space & Technology Committee’s Subcommittee on Space, was a corecipient of this year’s George E. Brown Award, conferred by the ASTRAsupported STEM on The Hill TM Congressional Visits Day event on March 17.
Science, technology, engineering and math – or STEM – majors on average earned $43,000 annually at the entry level, compared with $41,000 for health majors and $29,000 for arts, humanities and liberal arts majors. But by midcareer – when the college graduates are between 25 and 29 years old – STEM majors were significantly out-earning other majors, at $76,000 annually. Business and health majors followed at $67,000 and $65,000 a year, respectively. On average, entry-level jobs that require a bachelor's degree pay $33,000 annually, and $61,000 by midcareer.