Last month, the Corporate Edition of the 2012 National Survey on STEM Education was published covering topics such as: STEM funding priorities, projections for STEM funding, and over 700 open-ended responses detailing the types of technology STEM educators would like to see developed. That survey has now been used by dozens of STEM companies to help define the products and services available for STEM students in the United States.
In the meantime, many STEM educators have followed this blog and asked the question, “Can I get a free copy?”. Now you can.
- Top challenges facing STEM education
- STEM integration: currently and in the next 1-3 years
- STEM courses currently offered and those likely to be offered in the next 1-3 years
- BYOD implementation
- Tablet devices
- Non-profits most valuable to STEM
- Professional development judged most helpful to STEM educators
A big thanks goes out to our friends at Learning.com for making this research available for all those educators teaching the next generation of scientists and engineers. Go to Learning.com to get the full report.
If you are a business or non-profit and need information on funding priorities, funding projections, or over 700 open-ended responses detailing products educators would like to see developed for STEM, check out the Corporate Edition.