Funding STEM Education Programs In a letter written by Greg Babe, President and CEO of Bayer Corporation, he reports that their survey of Fortune 1000 and emerging high-tech company CEO’s shows that they “get it”. In so many words, these organizations realize that diversity, which encompasses ethnic-minorities and females, is essential to the sustainability and […]
No Child Left Behind (NCLB), the highly publicized education reform effort championed by the George Bush administration, has not been synonymous with school improvement. The involvement of the federal government in education at the state and local levels has not translated to improved student and teacher performance, rather NCLB put into place rigid guidelines that […]
REAGAN FLOWERS CSTEM CEO FILES FOR HARRIS COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE SEAT
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For Immediate Release *** October 20, 2011 Contact: Craig Koshkin, (713) 337-8820, firstname.lastname@example.org CEA Welcomes CSTEM as New Academic Partner and Affiliate Member Culminates Year-Long Collaboration in Developing & Launching First Ever Energy Day Festival HOUSTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to welcome CSTEM as its newest affiliate member. Since 2002, CSTEM […]
Originally article by Jason Koebler posted in www.usnews.com Early STEM Program Still Going Strong With the onset of the great recession and a skyrocketing unemployment rate, improving science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) achievement has everyone’s attention. But it’s not a new problem, according to Reagan Flowers, the founder of one of the country’s first […]
Art education is important in the development of creativity within children and serves as an outlet for student expression. When school budgets are cut, art programs are traditionally the first to be eliminated. All of the talk about STEM has over shadowed the decline of art education programs in P-12 schools. We believe the integration of art into STEM education is a viable solution.
The “No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act” of 2001 was created to implement standardized tests to measure student success and teacher performance (accountability). Ten years later, the education system is still experiencing educational disparities due to the lack of well-prepared and qualified teachers in critical areas such as math, science and literacy. American students will continue to lack skills to compete in a global market regardless of demographic and racial backgrounds without the proper resources mentioned.
CSTEM was recognized as one of the 20 finalists for the 2011 World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) Awards. CSTEM was chosen by a committee of leading education experts for its success in identifying, promoting and implementing best practices that strengthen education strategies. (http://www.wise-qatar.org/) If chosen as one of the six winners, CSTEM will be […]
The CSTEM Project GRAD Summer Camp 2011 was a complete success! The students were excited to showcase their completed work from the Robotics, Green (Eco-Friendly), Creative Writing and Art classes.