Policymakers understand that economic prosperity and individual opportunity in their states require widespread mastery of science, technology, engineering, the arts and math. In recent decades, states have passed hundreds of pieces of legislation that aim to improve access and quality in STEM fields. The following resources highlight state policy trends and promising practices in these critical fields.
Relevant context and state policy examples on issues impacting STEM/STEAM education.
Legislative trends and other news with implications for STEM/STEAM education.
States that are looking to broaden access to high-quality, K-12 computer science learning experiences can learn from these examples.
State Information Requests
Brief issue scans, typically provided within 48 hours, that provide top-level information on issues affecting STEM/STEAM education.