Tag Archives: Pennsylvania

Ed News: Early An Overlooked Solution for Diversifying STEM

This week in education news, educators want Pennsylvania to adopt science standards that help students recognize that science is part of everyday life; low-income students are much less likely than high-income students to complete four years of high school science; … Continue reading

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Ed News: Got STEM Funding? Here’s How To Use It

This week in education news, Pennsylvania needs to get serious about STEM education; personalized learning has broad appeal, but may be more revolutionary than people think; and to properly integrate coding and computer science into the education system, it is … Continue reading

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Ed News: Insights Into Early STEM Learning

This week in education news, Project Lead The Way unveils a new end-of-course assessment that will test students soft skills as well as their knowledge of STEM subjects; despite a relatively steady rise in per-pupil funding, real teacher salaries rose … Continue reading

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Ed News: Nebraska Aims To Ease Path For Future Teachers

This week in education news, state officials want to keep more candidates in Nebraska’s teacher-preparation pipeline by easing testing requirements; Maine considering relaxing certification standards to get more teachers into the classrooms; new study finds that merit-based bonuses help raise … Continue reading

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