Andy Bruening is a science teacher at Metro Early College High School, one of the STEM schools in the Ohio STEM Learning Network. He recently tipped us off to a great event on Friday. This event is open to members of the media.Read More
We are about to begin the second year of a two-year grant through the Ohio Department of Education’s Office of Career-Technical Education to train educators and administrators growing participation in STEM-related careers. Specifically, we’ll help train school staff on how to support women, minorities and other groups that are under-represented in STEM today.Read More
Schools can now register for Battelle Education’s College Ready Literacy and College Ready Math trainings, thanks to support from the Ohio Department of Education. Register by October 8 for this free training series focused on the Literacy Design Collaborative and the Mathematics Design Collaborative. Piloted at some of Ohio’s most innovative schools, a team from your school can take part in this popular, hands-on training series. Which schools are eligible? All Ohio schools are now invited to apply. Free training in literacy “Sometimes […]Read More
Guest post by Sarah Wille, education research at the University of Chicago. Originally posted on the Outlier Reseach and Evaluation blog.Read More
The creative arts give students new outlets to express how they feel about the world. That’s valuable all on its own. But the arts also can be a vehicle for engaging students in content they need to learn to be ready for college and career.
We’d like to learn more about how you bring the arts into the classroom.Read More
Over the past year, we’ve been visiting many of the schools and STEM training centers that make up the Ohio STEM Learning Network. From principals, to teachers, to STEM leaders, we’ve asked each of them: What does the Ohio STEM Learning Network provide for you? Here’s what they had to say.Read More
Nearly $150 million in new funding will be coming to Ohio schools under the second round of grants from the Straight A Fund. Out of more than 300 applicants, here are the Ohio STEM Learning Network member schools that will be putting their innovations into practice.
Metro Early College High School, Global Impact STEM Academy, Perkins Local Schools and Bio-Med Science Academy either led or were named as partners in a total of three proposals.Read More