We have reached a critical juncture for STEM education as set forth in the report by the National Science & Technology Council.  The report offers several interesting road maps, but without national funding to back them up, Paula Golden makes the case that we cannot turn the tide in educating a STEM-literate society.

The article focuses on the opportunity to change the course in STEM education as a result of the dramatic increase of scientists and women in the next Congress.  Please read and share far and wide as we think ahead to important STEM initiatives in the new year.

thehill.com/opinion/education/422354-all-50-states-plant-a-flag-for-universal-stem-education