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Girls Who Code is paving the way in introducing high-quality computer science education to as many girls, around the country, as possible. Susan Nesbitt, Director of Girls who code says that her team works “with a sense of urgency and an acute awareness that time is running out.” More »

“We spend one can of Coke on guidance counselors,” says Bill Symonds, Director of the Global Pathways Institute at Arizona State University. Symonds describes the lack of engagement that students have in the career exploration process in a Here & Now podcast co-hosted by Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson. More »

Do you have an hour? Do you want to learn to programming? The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries and over 30 languages to teach everyone of all ages how to program. More »

Some students don’t enjoy math, but the reality is that math is used in every day life. Have you ever wondered how you can you get students or child more interested in math? More »

One of my favorite days of the year at Fortune is MPW day, the day the list of Fortune‘s Most Powerful Women in business comes out. It’s a great celebration of women in power, of women More »

I have been reading a lot about education recently and one can’t read about education without reading about the importance of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education for American high More »

STEM careers, or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, are among the highest-paying positions in any field. Most positions in these fields are currently held by men, but More »

A new analysis from the American Academy of Arts & Sciences confirms a common fear: humanities majors and STEM majors dwell in separate academic silos. STEM majors, especially engineering students, take More »