Press Releases 2010

Voting Begins in Video Contest to Feature Cool Jobs in Math, Science

Public invited to choose video that best shows how exciting jobs that use math and science can be

President Obama Discusses Change the Equation at the White House Science Fair

At the White House’s first-ever Science Fair, President Obama named Change the Equation among the nation’s leading efforts “to help us move to the top in math and science education.”

Change the Equation Announces a New Video Contest: “STEM Is Cool!”

Change the Equation (CTEq) is challenging its member companies in a contest to produce the best viral video showing students the cool jobs they can get if they excel in math and science.

President Obama Discusses Change the Equation

At Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit last night, President Obama discussed Change the Equation's plan to spread innovative math and science programs to high-need communities across the country.

In a New Survey, Americans say, “We’re Not Good At Math”

On behalf of Change the Equation, Ogilvy PR conducted a survey to gauge Americans’ attitudes toward their math skills.

President Obama Launches Change the Equation

President Obama will announce today the launch of Change the Equation (CTEq), a CEO-led initiative to cultivate widespread literacy in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).