Accelerating the Connection Between STEM Education and Economic Development While Promoting the Highest Student Achievement!
Technology - The Tools for Success
With the advancement of technology, families are safer, our daily tasks are more automated and education has become a new world.
The Future of Engineering Is Now
Engineering in the hands and minds of new generations will create limitless possibilities for the future.
College STEM majors starting salaries are $15,500 higher on avg. than their non-STEM peers, and have higher employment rates.
Currently only 16% of U.S. bachelor’s degrees will specialize in STEM.
The STEM job market grew 45% in 2018. 15 of the 20 fastest growing occupations require significant mathematics or science preparation.
92% of boys and 97% of girls lose interest in STEM if not engaged by the 5th grade. (Dr. Kenneth Wesson, Educational Consultant: Neuroscience)
Out of 65 countries, American students score 17th in science and 25th in math ability (The U.S. Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development).
People in STEM fields can expect to earn 26% more money on average and be less likely to experience job loss.
COVID-19: A Game Changer in Access and Education
2020 ushered in many changes to the classroom and many will be permanent. The impact for disadvantaged communities is substantial. Virtual and mobile learning are here to stay.