As STEM education continues to evolve, we’re tracking the latest trends. As the educational crisis continues, many teachers and other educators across the country are focusing their efforts on engaging students with STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
The classroom provides a safe space to explore STEM concepts and build STEM identity. Here’s a guide on how to bring STEM to your classroom. While there are many things to celebrate in the latest advancements in STEM education, STEM is still as important as ever in our classrooms.
In 2021, the second round of Emergency Assistance to Non-Public Schools (EANS) was issued through the American Rescue Plan Act with a total of $2.75 billion in additional funding. Some of these funds are still available and can be used for enriching curriculum with STEM education programs like Kid Spark’s pre-K–8 STEM learning labs.