STEM News

Learn about the latest updates impacting the world of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and Project Lead The Way in Massachusetts.

 

Recent News

 

Randolph students participate in design showcase

Morton students’ winning design to help children with cerebral palsy

Silver Lake students win creativity award with old technology

STEM challenge puts students to the test

Randolph students design shoes for STEM showcase

Westport student’s math skills earn them a trip to New England Aquarium

Medway Middle School students design award-winning adaptive children’s toy

Danvers students say STEM has changed their career paths

Medway Middle School students featured at Mass STEM event

Massachusetts high schoolers commit to STEM in droves

STEM focus for more than 100 high school seniors in region

Milford High students sign with STEM schools

Shepherd Hill among the 15 schools represented at STEM Signing Day

More than 100 Mass. High School Seniors Commit to Study STEM

LHS STEM team lauded

Clinton students play with toys to learn skills

DESE Commissioner Riley visits Danvers High School

$1.2M in state grants help lead the way on STEM ed in Lowell

Lockheed Martin launches $30 million STEM scholarship program 

Project Lead The Way selects Fall River educator as Teacher of the Year

Baker-Polito administration announces availability of $750,000 in grants to develop STEM high quality career pathways for students

Danvers school committee hears about new engineering class, honors girls soccer team

Leicester Middle School is recognized as a 2018 NELMS Spotlight School and commended for their school schedule that allows all students to have at least 1 trimester of STEM

Baker-Polito Administration awards $1.7 million to help Massachusetts students study STEM

PLTW School, Burke-Memorial Elementary, is profiled in a local paper for PLTW computer science curriculum

A recent report from the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine shows that even as more students graduate with computer science degrees, it’s still not enough to keep up with the growing number of jobs

Achieve and Burning Glass publish a report that shows higher demand for technology skills in Massachusetts    

Martha Cyr, PLTW Affiliate Director for Massachusetts, honored with Lifetime Achievement Award      

STEM education grants to fund Project Lead The Way initiatives

 

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