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  • A Tribute to Cosmos and Carl Sagan
    A Tribute to Cosmos and Carl Sagan
    “Let us agree that this scientific debate lies at the heart of scientific understanding and as my dear Kepler once said, ’One of the greatest questions you can ask yourself is why are things the way that they are and not otherwise?...
  • Jeffco School Board approves one charter school but denies other
    One charter school approved, other denied at Jeffco School Board meeting
    The five members of the Jeffco School Board unanimously voted to deny approval for one proposed charter school, and then conditionally approved a second charter school on a 3/2 vote during the Nov. 6 meeting. The denied application was for the...
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    STEM in the classroom made easy
    STEM is the big buzzword in every school district and independent school in America today. STEM seeks to raise Science, Technology, Engineering and Math to a higher level in today’s schools. Teachers and administrators have been struggling...
  • Jeffco School Board to vote on 2 charter school applications Thursday
    2 charter school applications up for a vote at Jeffco School Board meeting
    Public hearings for two new charter school applications will be heard at the Jeffco School Board’s Nov. 6 meeting. Representatives from the two schools, the Alexandria School of Innovation, and the Golden View Classical Academy, submitted...
  • Bay Area Science Festival
    Festival brings science to AT&T Park
    One day after San Francisco celebrated the Giants World Series win with a parade, AT&T Park hosted more than 80 exhibitors and a crowd of thousands for the fourth annual Bay Area Science Festival Discovery Day. The event featured shows, games,...
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    Kiwi Crate launches three new kids' activity kits at TTPM Holiday Showcase
    Kiwi Crate, the Mountain View, Calif.-based toy company that facilitates kids’ natural creativity and curiosity via a series of novel project kits sold by subscription, celebrated the launch of three additions to its brand at Wednesday&rsquo...
  • Roominate
    STEM toy maker Roominate ruminates beyond website sales
    Girls’ STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) toy supplier Roominate is taking its product line to retail, following its successful 2012 Kickstarter campaign.At Wednesday’s TTPM Holiday Showcase at New York’s...
  • Motivation for STEM empowerment prevalent in PBC schools
    Motivation for STEM empowerment prevalent in PBC schools
    Motivation is instilling valuable knowledge of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) in students across the United States and around the world through programs such as THE FLYING CLASSROOM whereby students from Verde Elementary School...
  • Gabriella Clossick
    Toshiba’s Tomodachi and Gabriela Clossick
    In August of this year, a young girl – Gabriela Clossick – a resident of Coral Gables and senior in high school at Our Lady of Lourdes Academy, participated in 2014 Toshiba’s TOMODACHI Science & Technology Leadership Academy...
  • Rocket Fuel "Gives Back" sponsors Bahamas STEM Camp with Fonzworth Bentley
    Rocket Fuel "Gives Back" sponsors Bahamas STEM Camp with Fonzworth Bentley
    (Nassau, The Bahamas)… Rocket Fuel "Gives Back", a Silicon Valley based group recently made it possible for over 70 youngsters to attend a STEM camp which would have cost each individual about $500, free of charge in The Bahamas...
  • Assembling robots
    S.T.E.M. vs S.T.E.A.M
    One of the debates raging in education is how to create workers who are skilled enough to fill the tech heavy jobs of the future. American schools are looking for ways of inspiring students to learn digital-age skills and have begun to incorporate...
  • FCC $1 billion for technology in the classroom
    Technology and Common Corrosive Math
    As schools across the country race to adopt the latest technology, the Federal Communications Commission voted July 11, 2014 to spend $1 billion annually to help upgrade internet speed and Wi-Fi service for students. (Gautham Nagesh, Wall Street...
  • College graduates need a plan B
    College graduates need a plan B
    Because of the lingering economic recession, new college graduates are facing a difficult job market. Even STEM jobs, which account for almost a quarter of the jobs in the Baltimore area, are not guaranteed jobs, even for those who graduate with...
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    Focus on STEM
    The focus of this year's White House Science Fair includes the acknowledgment of girls and women who have excelled in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) content matter. The administration prospers to increase interest in those...
  • How do you attract quality STEM talent?
    How do you attract quality STEM talent?
    We’ve heard it said over and over that jobs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are in demand, but there is a lack of qualified candidates to fill them. STEM careers are the cornerstone of innovation in every industry, but...