STEMreports.com is published by STEM Market Impact, LLC which is owned and operated by Daylene and Scott Long.

STEM Market Impact co-develops the National Survey on STEM Education and the National Survey on Mobile Technology for K-12 Education in conjunction with an independent research firm, IESD, Inc.

STEMreports.com brings you the latest research for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. We partner with groups like Tech & Learning, the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), the National Science Education Leadership Association (NSELA) and the Council of State Science Supervisors (CSSS) to bring you insightful research.

Whether you are a company developing products for the education market, a school administrator, or STEM specialist, our reports will help you understand both the challenges and the opportunities facing science, technology, engineering and mathematics education.

Supporting the STEM Community

STEM Market Impact proudly sponsors National Engineers Week, which supports STEM Education in the local community. With the sale of each report, STEM Market Impact makes a donation to support local schools.

About the Owners

Daylene Long is a mom, entrepreneur, and business owner who adores her eleven-year old son, handsome husband,  cross-eyed cat, and slobbering Golden Retriever. She has been charged with (and found guilty of) overusing the exclamation point and believes that it should punctuate every sentence of work and of life. She loves the writing of Victor Hugo, Joan Didion, and the creative ramblings of her son Robert. When she is not marketing data-collection technology for Vernier Software & Technology, she can be found writing fiction with her son and husband, thinking about the exhilaration of market research, admiring teaching as a profession, applauding the creativity of engineers, supporting STEM education as our path to the future, and building stemreports.com as a business with her husband Scott.

Scott Long is first and foremost a stay-at-home dad whose son has been dubbed by his peers as “the kid with mad computer skills”, and he is a husband to his beautiful and brilliant wife (who helped him write that part). Scott is a business manager, illustrator, train hobbyist, weight-lifting nut, and trivia buff. (Yes, he can tell you endless facts about the Civil War, Lionel trains, and movies from the 1940s). When Scott is not explaining to his precocious son why he can’t take apart the computer just to see how it works, he can be found illustrating graphic novels, cheering for Ohio State (Go Buckeyes!), cooking a scrumptious Bolognese sauce from scratch, learning 101 ways to torture your hamstrings through weight lifting, and building stemreports.com as a business with his wife, Daylene.



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