After a long controversy, Idaho science teachers will now be able to fully educate their students about human-caused climate change.
Idaho stands alone as the only state in the nation to utterly erase the established science of climate change from its classroom guidelines.
An educator’s job, experts say, it is to prepare students for STEM courses regardless of who they are, and a little encouragement for girl students can go a long way.
What makes a “math person?” Research suggests praise for a problem well solved goes a long way.
Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani reveals her plan to hook girls on technology and how educators can play a key role.
New Jersey program brings higher learning access and opportunities to students and rigorous training and support to educators.
Jimmy Lara’s elementary school students exhibit a “city of the future.”
As an eighth-grade science teacher, NEA Vice President Rebecca Pringle always encouraged her students to stick with science, hoping they would subsequently pursue careers in the field.