Seattle schools may halt most suspensions for young kids

The Seattle Times – Claudia Rowe “Seattle’s school board may declare a moratorium on out-of-school suspensions for all elementary students, beginning this September, as a way to force changes in discipline in all schools across the city. Such a move has...

Let’s Get Engaged: Encouraging Kids To Embrace STEM Studies

Forbes – Karl Gouverneur “According to the U.S. Department of Education, only 16 percent of U.S. high school students are both proficient in mathematics and interested in a STEM career. To meet the numbers of new workers this country will demand—both in...

Early age STEM education creates path to great careers

Lansing State Journal – Edythe Hatter-Williams “I’ve said it before. and I’ll say it again — STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) careers are the future. This conversation has been repeated over the last decade, as young students continue to be...

More Support, Starting Young Draws Women in Computer Science

Education News – Kristin Decarr “Colleges and universities across the country are hard at work coming up with ways to make the field of computer science more appealing to women. Currently in the United States, universities and technology companies are only...