President Obama ties STEM education to the nation's competitiveness in the world, reiterates call to recruit 100,000 new teachers in those fields.


Several students with a special interest in STEM education will be seated in the first lady's box at the U.S. Capitol for the State of the Union address.


New results available for U.S. students in science.


With the approval of the state Senate's education committee, Idaho's adoption of the common standards is final.


NBC Learn and the National Science Foundation launch a video series for students on chemistry.


An article recently published in the American Scientist magazine says growing evidence points to the power of learning science in informal settings.


The grant is part of a GE Foundation initiative to help districts align their math and science curricula to the international STEM job market.


A California program is a role model for those who want to help K-12 systems align to college expectations.


The school that the Chinese president is visiting serves as a hub for Mandarin language instruction in Chicago public schools.


Simplifying the financial aid process and supplying information earlier about college costs would boost students' chances of continuing on to higher education.


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