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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Computer Science framework unveiled


by Mike Feder, Director of STEMx In 1892, an influential group of educators released a document that outlined the eleven core subjects U.S. schools should teach.1 They aimed to create an academic core that would prepare students for college. Since then, we’ve dropped Latin and Greek. Other than that…the list hasn’t seriously changed. Until now. Across the country, schools are working to make computer science classes available to all students. With change on this scale, states are looking to guide […]

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From twitter

  • The @WhiteHouse Kid Science Advisors were welcomed last week

    @STEMx - October 27, 2016
  • Apply to present at the 6th Annual @NSTA Forum with STEMx!

    @STEMx - October 26, 2016
  • .@STEMPREP in Tennessee won the first Nashville education foundation award @Tennessean

    @STEMx - October 25, 2016