Students from around California are revving up to put their car racing skills to the test this weekend.
Finland is set to make big changes in its delivery of modern education with the introduction of 'phenomenon' learning.
On Monday at the 2015 White House Science Fair, President Obama announced over $240m in new private-sector commitments to inspire and prepare more girls and boys – especially those from underrepresented groups – to excel in the STEM fields.
THE US Education Technology sector received a massive boost last year, with funding having reached $1.87bn in 2014.
Educational groups ComEd and The Remix Project Chicago have launched their “Power of Possibilities” campaign to promote STEM subjects in schools.
Lockheed Martin has announced a new $2m, multi-year grant to support the expansion of college and career-focused science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs for all Orange County Public Schools.
Doosan and Bobcat Company have announced their continued support of innovation in education by donating $3m to North Dakota State University (NDSU) to fund a STEM-related scholarship program.
Digi-Key, which specialises in electronic component selection technology, sponsored the regional kick-off event for high school students planning to participate in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics 2015 Global Challenge.
President Obama has unveiled a new proposal to offer two years of free community college to 'responsible students' across America.
Skills Gap Programme Director at the D&T Association, Cheryl Philips, stresses the importance of the manufacturing industry working with educators to ensure the next generation of engineers.