Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition, in partnership with the Carnegie
Science Center will be hosting a STEM Excellence Workshopon April 23, 2015 from8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Darr Agriculture Center, 2401 South Kansas Expressway, Springfield, MO. The STEM Excellence Workshop will
discuss the STEM Excellence Pathway rubric tool as developed by the Carnegie
SAVE THE DATE - STEM Summit 2015 November 4 -5, 2015
The Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition will hold the Missouri STEM Summit 2015, November 4 - 5th, 2015 in St. Louis, MO. The summit will bring together business, education, and community leaders to advance the agenda for innovation in Missouri's STEM education and policy development.
2015 STEM Day at the Capitol
The Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition held it's annual STEM Day at the Capitol on March 4, 2015. This event focused on K-12 and Higher Education STEM programming. The 3rd floor Rotunda of the Capitol was full of exhibits of STEM programs that showcased various school and student science projects and past/current work.
STEMEducator Innovator of the Month - Cana Conrow
The Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition and the Monsanto Company launched a statewide STEM educator recognition program called STEM Educator Innovator Award. This program was developed to acknowledge and honor innovation in the classroom by the best and the brightest K-12 Missouri science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) teachers from around the state of Missouri. This month we are highlighting Fayette High School educator, Cana Conrow.
Change the Equation releases report
leaders in Missouri have sounded an alarm. They cannot find the science,
technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) talent they need to stay
competitive. Student's lagging performance in school is why. To address this
challenge, Missouri is raising the bar. The state has joined 44 others in
adopting rigorous math standards for K-12 - Common Core State Standards -
and it is working with other states to create robust tests aligned to those
standards. A national STEM group, Change the Equation, has released a report
to show where Missouri now stands.
Missouri S&T Solar Car Team
Conway High School
2010 BEST Robotics Competition