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Advance CTE, a nonprofit organization that represents state career technical education leaders, has developed a new framework for equitable and inclusive CTE instruction.
Students and parents will have the opportunity to get a first-hand look at several programs and a Rocket League production.
The Coyotes and NASEF will partner up to help further STEM pathways, create tournaments for students.
In what may not come as a surprise to superintendents and their teams, a significant number of competitive high school math students hope online learning is here to stay.
Aptitude tests provide a more complete picture of a students’ abilities and potential, and can open their eyes to new potential careers, research says.
Students in Harlingen Consolidated ISD collaboratee in Zoom breakout rooms that allow the kids who are in-person to work with those who are still at home.
Educators looking for interdisciplinary learning activities that cover STEAM, career preparation and social-emotional learning can use stimulus funding on interactive ed-tech.
Girls are building the communities of the future on Minecraft in a new after-school program designed by a group of tech heavyweights to increase diversity in STEM.
Students from underserved communities who aspire to advanced manufacturing and technology jobs will get a boost by building skills in high school.
There is no concept of failure during summer instruction at Kalamazoo Public Schools; in fact, educators there don't even call it 'summer school.'
Giving candidates an opportunity to see how a new medium like gaming can work in the classroom brings benefits to them and students.