Kansas homeschool robotics team celebrates Capitol honors, 25th anniversary

Inventing robots to help treat cardiovascular disease? Homeschooled students in Kansas have a heart – and a growing name – for doing just that. Indeed, the Wichita Homeschool Robotics team… Read More

June 7, 2024
‘They can do it’: Engineer’s book explores a dad’s discoveries in homeschooling his children

We don’t need previous expertise in a topic to be able to teach it to others, Craig Harrison argues – challenging assumptions about homeschooling that people may not even know… Read More

May 10, 2024
Houston nonprofit brings STEM resources to underserved homeschooling communities

When Rosa Aristy asked a group of homeschool students what they wanted to study in the next year, their collective answer – computer coding and robotics – shocked her and… Read More

April 23, 2024
US Navy’s STEM ‘equity’ program prioritized candidates, internships based on race, docs show

(Daily Caller News Foundation) – The U.S. Navy approved more than $750,000 for a project that, while purporting to “equitably” increase the number of students interested in serving in the Navy’s… Read More

February 16, 2024
New York STEM education grants favor certain races, lawsuit claims

New York is being sued for doling out grants primarily for certain racial groups to study Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). A group of education advocacy organizations led by… Read More

January 22, 2024
Christian Schools
Teachers in 13 Ohio Catholic schools win STEM awards

Thirteen schools in the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland have won Ohio Governor’s Thomas Edison Awards for Excellence in STEM education and Student Research. The Ohio Academy… Read More

October 2, 2023
Public Education
High School for the gifted withholds notification of National Merit Scholar awards in the name of ‘equity’

Parents with children attending a top-ranked Virginia high school were shocked to discover administrators withheld notifications of National Merit Scholar awards for years. Thomas Jefferson High School for… Read More

December 29, 2022
Want your child to thrive in STEM? Consider homeschooling

Homeschool students are facing off against their public-school peers in U.S. robotics contests, and they are winning. The “Family Instructors of the Northern Suburbs” Christian homeschool team… Read More

December 20, 2022
Public Education
$250K STEM education grant benefits Nebraska middle schoolers

A program to build collaboration between Nebraska businesses and schools has awarded two grants of $125,000 to promote STEM education.  The program, called the The Developing… Read More

August 16, 2022
Florida innovation academy’s specialized training will prepare students regardless of post-high school path

(reimaginED) – As leaders across the nation have suggested college isn’t the only path to success, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has been pointing to high school certification programs as the… Read More

July 7, 2022
Science center in the Ozarks reinvents itself, wins $1 million prize to continue offering education choice to families

(reimaginED) – Two years ago, as the coronavirus pandemic began shuttering childcare centers nationwide, a Springfield, Missouri center that had been providing STEM education activities faced a critical decision. Should… Read More

May 9, 2022
Public Education
UM gets $1.25 million to help middle schoolers in core subjects

(The Center Square) – A federally funded program to help middle school students improve in math, science and language arts showed favorable outcomes and will be increased and extended… Read More

May 5, 2022
Christian Schools
Decatur Christian School robotics team fosters growth for a wide range of students

Excellence and growth have quickly become staples of the Decatur Christian School robotics team. The team, nicknamed the DCS MechWarriors, is currently gearing up for a tournament hosted… Read More

January 25, 2022
Christian Schools
Christian school opens $13m innovation center in pursuit of excellence in education

Mt. Paran Christian School (MPCS) recently cut the ribbon on a $13 million project, a 23,000 sq. ft. building expansion in Kennesaw, Georgia, outside of Atlanta. The expansion… Read More

January 21, 2022
Christian Schools
Columbia Christian robotics team makes deep run in regional competition

The robotics team at Columbia Christian School in Magnolia, Ark., advanced to a multi-state regional competition, during which they made it to the wild-card round, after placing second in the… Read More

December 14, 2021
Public Education
The Value of the Arts in a STEM-centric World

After reading Francis Chan’s book Crazy Love in high school, I saw a glimpse of the love that Jesus and God the Father poured out on us. Reading that… Read More

August 12, 2021