In districts where distances are wide and budgets are tight, even the most basic chemistry lab may be out of reach.
The K-12 classroom doesn’t look the way it used to.
A recent study indicates that success in certain subjects may be a matter of nature, not just nurture.
They may not be doing algebra, but pre-K kids can master scientific concepts that will make a big difference later on.
But praising their intelligence can make them feel even more insecure. A self-esteem expert offers a way out of the conundrum.
Knowledge of STEM subjects isn't just essential for physicists or computer engineers. Fashion designers, zookeepers, and deep-sea divers also use it every day.
Today's young adults see new discoveries both as a source of awe and a means for innovation.
How did two daughters of New York immigrants enter a male-dominated field in the 1940s and go on to win the Nobel Prize?