The following websites provide information, research, or activities that support the goals of the T-STEM Initiative (preparing students for STEM fields in college and/or the workforce). Inclusion here does not imply an endorsement of any products that may be offered by these sites. Some sites may require fees for service. This list is intended to provide expedient access to readers interested STEM information and is not necessarily exhaustive. If you know of a resource not listed here, email us.
Today's educators are striving to make science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education fun and exciting by offering students innovative, hands-on learning opportunities. DTEACh supports these teachers with curriculum development and in-service teacher training.
FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) FIRST designs accessible, innovative programs that build not only science and technology skills and interests, but also self-confidence, leadership, and life skills.
The Ford Partnership for Advanced Studies is an academically rigorous, interdisciplinary curriculum and program that provides students with content knowledge and skills necessary for future success’Äîin such areas as business, economics, engineering, and technology.
Girlstart is a non-profit organization created to empower girls to excel in math, science, and technology.
The program is designed to help English Language Learner students (ELLs) in general, and Spanish-speaking students in particular, increase academic performance in mathematics by providing language acquisition support.
Hispanic Engineering, Science, & Technology (HESTEC) Week is a yearly event created to encourage students to consider careers in mathematics and science.
The Infinity Project is a national award winning high school and early college math- and science-based engineering and technology education initiative that helps educators deliver a maximum of engineering exposure with a minimum of training, expense and time.
NCTL's goal is to integrate engineering as a new discipline in schools nationwide and to inspire the next generation of engineers and innovators.
The mission of the project is to create and support communities of learning between middle school teachers and informal educators through the development of a web-based resource designed by teachers for teachers.
Project WILD links students and wildlife through its mission to provide wildlife-based conservation and environmental education that fosters responsible actions toward wildlife and related natural resources.
SEPUP creates innovative science curriculum for use in 6’Äì12 education. One of the most unique aspects of SEPUP materials is its issue-oriented approach: SEPUP curriculum uses personal and societal issues to introduce and explore science concepts.