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6 ways to bolster STEM education for the future

eSchool News

STEM education would emphasize problem-solving, interdisciplinary approaches and the value of discovery and play, according to a new 10-year vision from the American Institutes for Research for the U.S. Department of Education’s STEM Initiatives Team. Next page: The 6 components of future STEM education.

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North Carolina’s Hoke County Schools Launches New Partnership with Discovery Education to Create Modern and Innovative Learning Environments Supporting Science Instruction

eSchool News

To support the district’s new 2021-2026 Strategic Plan, which specifically focuses on improving the school system’s capacity to create modern and innovative learning environments, HCS sought to enhance their science curriculum across all grades.

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Shop class is grounded, high school aviation classes are taking flight

The Hechinger Report

By 2026, the industry will need to add an estimated 24,000 airline pilots and by 2027 it might be short as many as 40,000 mechanics. The STEM skills that young people are learning are always going to be generally applicable to our emerging and growing economy,” he said. The market for drone pilots is expected to grow by 51.1

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Enabling the next generation of citizen data scientists

eSchool News

million new jobs by 2026. This has led to a remarkable uptick in the need for data scientists. Data science has been the top career on Glassdoor for the last four years, and according to some estimates, the field will add 11.5

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Without changes in education, the future of work will leave more people behind

The Hechinger Report

The health care industry is expected to add the most jobs by 2026, and, together with the social assistance sector, will account for 4 million new jobs — one-third of all new positions, according to the BLS estimates. Other fast-growing occupations include STEM-related jobs, such as statisticians, software developers and mathematicians.

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AI and Libraries Mini-Conference in Just One Week: Schedule Now Posted | 23 Sessions!

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

In addition, Pun is an ALA Presidential candidate for 2025-2026. Participants are encouraged to use #library2024 and #aiandlibraries on their social media posts about the event. OPENING KEYNOTE PANEL: Ray Pun, Ed.D., is the librarian at the Community Lab Schools.

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Jobs in cybersecurity are exploding: Why are women locked out?

The Hechinger Report

will grow 28 percent by 2026. will grow 28 percent by 2026. For example, 54 percent of women majoring in STEM fields concentrate in biological and life sciences, which are among the majors with the lowest-paying career prospects, but only 17 percent select majors in the more lucrative field of engineering. are filled by women.

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