This year the Nobel Peace Prize was jointly awarded to Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai “for their struggle against the suppression of children and young people, and for the right of all children to receive an education.” Every year the Nobel Peace Prize is given to the person who has done the most for betterment […]
Students in the state of Texas are not receiving the skills they need to stay competitive when it comes to finding a STEM related job. The students that lack the most proficiency in math and science are minorities. In 2013, 53% of Caucasian students in Texas that were in the 8th grade had proficiency in […]
Post Release The White House Honor’s Dr. Flowers C-STEM Founder and CEO Dr. Reagan Flowers Among The White House STEM Access Champion of Change Honorees On Wednesday, February 26, 2014, C-STEM Teacher and Support Services, Inc. Founder and CEO, Dr. Reagan Flowers was recognized as one of the 2014 White House STEM Access Champions of […]
My passion and drive for helping children learn and succeed runs deep. As a child I failed the second grade and was, unfortunately, labeled a slow learner. Since education wasn’t reinforced in my broken home I was simply promoted from one grade level to the next one without acquiring basic skills. Subsequently, I was moved […]
The Brookings STEM Report offers an analysis of the occupational requirements for STEM knowledge. How does “The Hidden STEM Economy” impact you?
Dr. Flowers will be on Houston News Makers with Khambrell Marshall on KPRC Local 2 Sunday at 10am right after Meet the Press with David Gregory.
The Ethnic-minority Difference Large urban school districts across the nation report that they are making progress educating minority students; however, behind the numbers is a stark contrast between the higher performing Hispanic students, and Black students who continue to be left behind. The reality is the achievement gap is closing at a faster pace for […]
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 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.
Yesterday, some of the CSTEM Project GRAD summer camp students joined Deborah Duncan on KHOU Great Day Houston. The episode featured a discussion about the increasing number of technology innovators. A group of our students attended the taping and camp participant, Sergio Cruz showed spectators a new use of the smart phone as a remote […]