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The California STEM Learning Network Releases New STEM Toolkit

The California STEM Learning Network (CSLNet) has recently released a report and supplement toolkit with resources to help advocates built a strong foundation of STEM and science education in schools' L

Assembly Bill 252 Seeks to Provide Funding For AP Courses to Low-Income Schools

Assemblyman Chris Holden recently authored AB 252, which seeks to support STEM education in underserved communities by providing funding for Advanced Placement Courses in STEM subjects in order to incre

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CASRC and CHKRC Online Training: Hands-On STEM Series

Check out the Hands-On STEM Series Training hosted by the California After School Resource Center (CASRC) and California Healthy Kids Resource Center (CHKRC).

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Closing the Achievement Gap for Middle School Math

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STEM Mentors Aim to Reverse Low Diversity Trend in Tech Fields

A recent report released by Google reveals starkingly low levels of diversity in tech fields with regards to women and minorities. Specifically, only 17% of the field is represented by women and less than 3% is represented by minority groups.

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American Honda Foundation STEM Grants

Nonprofit organizations and schools are eligible to apply for up to $75,000 funding to support the teaching of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, as well as environmental projects, job training, and literacy programs. There are four submission deadlines throughout the year: February 1, May 1, August 1, and November 1. 

Learn more and apply for American Honda Foundation Grants here.

MOUSE Squad of California

The MOUSE Squad of California is program, used in over 105 schools, committed to helping students hones their skills in Information Technology (IT), communication, leadership, and problem solving skills, through technical projects. IT includes online curriculum, hands-on activities, and volunteers to assist instructors. The program can be implemented as an after-school program or an in-school elective.

To learn more about the MOUSE Squad of California, or how to implement it at your school or organization, click here. 

Teaching Tools and Technologies.

With the heightened use of technology, online resources have become a great tool to incorporate into the classroom. These 99 online tools, which range from rubric creators to educational videos, help provide teachers and students with resources in order to make learning easier and more enjoyable.

Access the Teaching Tools and Technologies here.

Math Is Fun.com

Math is Fun is a website that offers resources for mathematics educators. There are a variety of different worksheets for K-12 mathematics. The site also offers online games and a math dictionary.

To access Math is Fun, click here.

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Cool Math

CoolMath is a colorful, interactive website that offers a variety of online math games and resources for students. The website has information for a multiple of grade levels, from elementary mathematics to calculus. The site also has lessons for teachers, a math dictionary, and math information separated by topic.

To access CoolMath, click here.

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