State Grants Create New STEM Learning Spaces

There are some truly creative educators throughout Washington teaching STEM education with a bare minimum of resources. At River View High School in Kennewick, Ms. Yochum is teaching science using water tubs in an old bus barn. At Centralia High School, students are creating scientific models on computers housed in a tight storage space. Robotics […]

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Entering the Education World: Reflections of an Intern

Danny Gross is a graduate student in the University of Washington’s Communications Leadership Program. He’s currently interning with Washington STEM’s Communications Team.   Last week I joined the Washington STEM team and a ton of really talented, intelligent, and thoughtful educators, administrators, and advocates to explore STEM education around the Puget Sound. We all hopped […]

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Support Computer Science with Code.org

Computer science helps provide the foundation for students to grapple with and succeed in a world that is rapidly changing. With computer science principles helping guide that change, a robust computer science education is more important than ever.   Enter Code.org, a  nonprofit whose goals consist of expanding access to computer science and increasing participation […]

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