Mark Cuban Foundation ‘Bootcamps’ introduce teens to basics, possibilities.Read more
I was only in sixth grade when I discovered my fascination with space.Read more
When looking for a principal for a new elementary school with a biomedical focus, you probably won’t get one more qualified than a family doctor who switched gears to become a public school educator.
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Opening a new box of Legos is obviously fun, but every time you build something new, you’re also using science, engineering, and math.
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Over 2 million people viewed bright orange, life-like statues spread across the courtyard and corridors at NorthPark Center before the exhibit moved on in late fall.Read more
Dallas ISD’s magnet schools have long been popular choices for families – but over the past few years, the district has also worked to create other choices designed to attract parents and students in a very crowded field of options.Read more
Calling it a “bold and inspiring tribute to African American leaders who made momentous contributions to science,” the Perot Museum of Nature and Science announced that local architect and emerging artist Daniel M. Gunn is the winner of the Staircase Project design competition.Read more
Highland Park ISD students served up treats for area dogs while learning valuable science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) skills.Read more
Talk about homework taking a real-world turn.Read more
Highland Park Middle School principal Chris Miller is planning for a Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) night that’s out of this world: He’s planning to have moonrock and meteorite samples from NASA to show.Read more
If you’re a baby boomer, like me, your science education likely involved coming to terms with boldface words and not having any engineering, building, or prototyping experiences.Read more