STEM Across the Country

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The U.S. is still falling behind in STEM fields compared to other developing countries. It ranks 27 out of 29 for the rate of STEM bachelor’s degrees awarded in developed countries. Meet some districts that are launching concentrated STEM efforts to reverse this trend and find out what they’re doing – such as training ore teachers in how to teach these classes and trying to get more kids interested in these fields.

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Countries of the world, or states of the country

Country Reports offers more than 30,000 virtual pages of international content covering a wide range of cultural, historical and statistical information for students, parents, teachers, and researchers. Topics range from cuisine to families to religion. Included are teacher resources, a


Girls & Stem

According to research by STEMconnector and the National Science Board, women make up only 28 percent of the science and engineering workforce.

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10 Great Stem Resources

Science Buddies features over 1,000 project ideas, science activities for quick exploration, and lots of inspiration for science fun.

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Defined STEM

The Defined STEM Web site contains a comprehensive set of K-12 cross-curricular resources and lessons that focus on the skills needed for the 21st Century.