The latest news on STEM education
A roundup of recent news about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and employment.
Manufacturing has become a technology-driven industry, and the world's unemployed youths are an untapped resource.
Journalist Amanda Ripley examines what other developed countries are doing right in education.
Students interested in majoring in a STEM field like robotics can compete for lucrative scholarships.
Scientists say public engagement is key in expanding the nation's ocean exploration program.
LUCKNOW, India (AP) — In a country where many girls are still discouraged from going to school, Sushma Verma is having anything but a typical childhood.
Encouraging students to get advanced degrees in science, technology, engineering and math may not be the way to solve the country's STEM problem.
Wendy Hawkins of the Intel Foundation discusses the state of STEM education and what challenges exist.
Jamai Blivin, founder and CEO of Innovate+Educate, says that the pathway from education to employment is evolving – and companies need to adapt to hire the best and the brightest candidates.
The report argues that two-year degrees can yield higher first-year earnings than bachelor's degrees.