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A Message from the CEO, Fall 2020
At the heart of what's driving us forward in these tough times are Washington students. Our work will continue, regardless of the circumstances, and we will move forward in re-imaging our education systems with equity as the driving force. Read More
From Spokane to the Sound, Washington State LASER Drives High Quality STEM Education
“As we bring on new STEM teacher-leaders and administrators, we encourage them to get involved with LASER as a way to get grounded in their roles and learn to navigate the complexities of Washington education systems. This work is critical for new educators,” Dr. Damien Pattenaude, Superintendent, Renton School District. Read More
Get to know Kate Evans – Creator of the Cosmic Crisp Apple, Horticulturist, and Notable Woman in STEM
Kate Evans is a horticulturist, fruit breeder, and professor at Washington State University. Based out of Wenatchee, Kate teaches and conducts research in the Department of Horticulture at the WSU Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center in Wenatchee, WA. Read More
STEM Networks host hands-on, future forward training for k-12 teachers
The Controls Technology Workshop immersed teachers in the basic concepts of Control Systems Technology by using toys as analogs for sensors and complex decision trees. Read More
Educational Resources Digest – Week of August 10
Volume 9 - Resources to help you continue to support learning during the COVID-19 pandemic Read More
Washington STEM Summit 2020
The 9th annual Washington STEM Summit has gone virtual! We're digitally bringing together education, business, and community leaders to tackle some of the biggest STEM education issues in our state. Read More