"girls in STEM"
Missouri Gov. Parson calls special session to rework STEM bill
The governor says he hopes to sign a new version of a bill that he vetoed earlier this summer to bring new opportunities to the state's K-12 students.
For early participants of Girls Who Code, the program's impact is indelible
Four women who took a summer course in 2014 describe how it grew their interest in STEM and computer science well beyond high school.
Code.org teams up with Kahoot to help demystify computer science
Computer science games created and curated by Code.org will soon be hosted on Kahoot's popular game-based learning platform.
Hands-on experience matters for maintaining girls' confidence in STEM subjects, study finds
Microsoft surveyed girls and young women about their experiences with developing and using science, technology, engineering and math skills.
In unprecedented move, third-party providers expand availability of AP computer science
Participation in the introductory AP Computer Science Principles course has elevated the College Board's computer science efforts overall.
AP Computer Science sees big spike in participation
Girls and minorities especially have benefited from a new computer science course that appeals to more students, the College Board said.
Barbie's next big move? Teach 10 million kids to code
One of the many tools Mattel and Tynker hope to use is a Barbie-themed coding lesson that introduces various career paths.
ISTE and Code.org partner to advance computer science education
The partnership comes as ISTE prepares to update its computer science education standards.
States are making computer science a curriculum staple in 2018
New York, Indiana and North Dakota have made announcements around computer science education in just the last few days.
Malala Fund to get Apple's help in expanding education for girls
Support for tech-based curriculum, research advancements will be among the company's contributions to Malala Yousafzai's nonprofit.