Education

Hogan Aims to Draw More K-12 Girls, Minorities to Tech Jobs

November 03, 2017

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday announced an initiative promoting computer science and technology education, emphasizing gender and minority equity in the STEM field. Hogan's "ACCESS" initiative -- or Achieving Computer science Collaborations for Employing Students Statewide -- is an education and workforce development plan that includes $5 million in additional funding as well as new legislation to establish computer-science standards for K-12 education statewide.

Recruiting efforts pay off in form of young, bright engineers

November 02, 2017

Brain power is key to testing the most advanced aircraft and aircraft systems in the world. Where better to find that brain power than within the halls of the finest universities in the world. Each year, the 412th Test Engineering Group sends recruitment teams as far away as Georgia in search of young talent to pave the way for the future of flight test at Edwards AFB. This effort by the group seems to be paying off with 63 new engineers hired in the past two years.

5 impactful edtech trends in 2017

November 02, 2017

Education technology is evolving, and this is a magnificent thing. It manages to provide us with that power and experience that everyone wanted to have as a young child. But integrating various new education technology trends to the table does seem to be quite challenging, especially with so many unique ideas offered on the market.

4 Organizations that Support Technology Integration

November 02, 2017

Education technology like apps and mobile devices have been proven to be really effective in improving student outcomes and enhancing engagement in the classroom. To make the most of classroom tech, educators need training and professional development. These four organizations can help.

The Countries With The Most STEM Graduates

February 05, 2017

Last year, India had the most graduates of any country worldwide with 78.0 million while China followed close behind with 77.7 million. The U.S. is now in third place with 67.4 million graduates, and the gap behind the top two countries is widening.

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