We're not usually one to blow our own horn, but it's been a banner week here at Change the Equation! We've had lots going on and news to share. At Monday's White House Science Fair,President Obama, in addition to being dazzled by the projects and quizzed by a group of pint-sized Supergirl scientists,
Tears flowed and brackets were busted last weekend with the kickoff of March Madness. Of the 11 million ESPN brackets filled out, not a single person had a perfect bracket after the second round of games. Two of the first three games in the men’s tournament alone ruined more than 99 percent of people’s perfect brackets.
Timed with today’s White House Science Fair, we have launched a nationwide campaign called Start with STEM, to drive corporate dollars and volunteerism to the nation’s highest quality K-12 STEM programs and schools.
We were on the road last week at SXSWedu, and boy was it a treat! With a jam-packed agenda with hundreds of sessions on hot topics like student data privacy, making, and empowering learning, it was hard to narrow the lot. Drawing big names like Dr.
Celebrating International Women’s Day was a great way to kick off Women’s History month, which celebrates women’s achievement and calls for greater equality. The 2015 theme was “Make it Happen”. So, we figured this is a perfect time to throw in a STEM twist and spotlight five lesser-known female stars who made it happen in STEM! Keep an eye on our blog as we continue to honor women in STEM throughout the month of March.