It’s a common misconception that a four-year college degree is a requirement when applying for high-paying jobs, especially in STEM fields.
But with ever-increasing college tuition rates and student debt on the rise— the average student debt is at $37,172, an increase of $20,000 [...]
According to the National Girls Collaborative Project, although women constitute half of the total US college-educated workforce, they make up only 29 percent of the science and engineering fields.1
Additionally, research by the National Science Board shows that there will be workforce shortages in jobs that require mathematical, scientific, and technical [...]
We had fun making a volcano in our backyard!
Here is a short clip we put together to show you how to do it too. We did this with the help of middle school kids—they got to make a volcano and make a video on how to make a volcano. We [...]
Summer is here. We are time-starved, running from camp to camp and trying to keep a work-life balance (whatever that is). How should we engage our kids and keep their brains active and learning during summer? We reviewed the research on "summer learning loss" that summer [...]