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Here's an alarming statistic: Less than 2% of Black, Latino and low-income students who are interested in STEM and going to college are enrolled in AP Biology.
A preview of insights from educators at the upcoming National Science Teachers Association 2022 National Conference.
Female students have given several reasons for not taking STEM classes, including when a certain course is predominantly male. They are also worried about hazing or appearing less intelligent, career counselors say.
Acclaimed education leader Ken Shelton says at FETC Conference schools must empower and listen to all students.
On the eve of COVID, high school students were making progress in two high-priority areas: they were earning more credits and taking more rigorous STEM courses.
Here's one idea for K-12 educators now designing their summer school programs: You can teach literacy through fishing.
State lawmakers scrambling to restrict the teaching about race and racism, LGBTQ issues and other topics risk seeing their schools lose advanced placement classes.
San Francisco Unified is seeing significant improvement in scientific knowledge in middle schools by switching to a project-based model.
As education leaders and policy-makers are deciding where to prioritize ESSER funding, here are three key steps to elevate science instruction district-wide for the long term.
The pandemic may have slowed a bit of the fervor, but interest in gaming, learning in schools is still soaring.
AI's prevalence is all around, but it is up to educators to embrace it and use intuitive technologies to fuel all students.
TV personality Kari Byron and director/producer Jenny Buccos say educators are key to engaging, empowering all students.