Transforming STEM education and workforce development in the states, by the states.

Meet our Superstars

At the 2015 STEMxchange meeting, STEMx is proud to release a report we’re calling “STEMx Superstars”

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It began with an idea.

A community of states, grounded in their shared STEM experience. A nationwide network, whose members understand that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Today, the idea is reality: the STEMx™ network.

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Washington school district believes in CS for all

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Should your school district be teaching computer science? If so, at what grade level should you begin? In the Bellevue School District in Washington state, students are learning the subject from kindergarten up. We contacted Greg Bianchi, the district’s STEM curriculum developer as well as a project consultant with Washington STEM, for some insight: Q: How are you involved in the effort to incorporate computer science in K-12 classrooms? Is this just in your school district, or is it a […]

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From twitter

  • RT @aimeek1225: Great opportunity for students to engage: @OSLN @theTSIN @STEMx @washingtonstem https://t.co/7yDoKjGx25


    @STEMx - September 27, 2016
  • RT @theTSIN: Partnerships across states through @STEMx expedite the growth of networks and sharing of promising practices. https://t.co/Waj…


    @STEMx - September 27, 2016
  • .@thetsin Network is growing with a new hub at @MTSUNews! https://t.co/p5e5Q3KrtN


    @STEMx - September 27, 2016