Artificial intelligence is making quite a name for itself, both taking away and creating jobs, by making our big-data lives more efficient.
Math and CTE students in IL and Texas are using geometry to build houses—some for living in, some for climbing in, as in tree houses.
Attorneys in school districts meet a critical need schools have: navigating complex laws and regulations. Small towns have it hard.
Vandals damaged the statue that honors the Star-Spangled Banner’s author in Baltimore. Art conservators are working hard to clean it up.
Only 4 high school programs in the country, including 1 in IL and 1 in Md., have achieved exemplary status for their culinary arts programs.
Girls Who Code promotes equity in high-tech fields. A summer immersion camp, where 1 team programmed robots, is part of it.
States that offer different levels of high school diploma may need to adjust their graduation rates pursuant to a federal rule change.
W.Va. has seen a dramatic rise in career and technical education, or vocational training in high school. Why does the US lag behind?
Is there a shortage of girls going into STEM-related careers? Maybe there was at one point, but it has largely disappeared these days.
In terms of career-readiness, the government can play a role. Let’s start with building manufacturing capacity and talent in the US, if we can.