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Common Core Can Help Your Child Learn Math

To learn math well, go slowly, go deeply, and ditch the memorization

Common Core math standards, taught effectively, can help any child learn math well.

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Common Core: Bringing Calm to Classroom Chaos

Georgia Teacher of the Year 2014

Common Core is a source of stability that yields greater learning, helping to bring calm…

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Can a Video Game Teach Your Preschooler to Solve for X?

An app that may work better, and faster, than school

A video game that teachers algebra to preschoolers may work better, and faster, than school.

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FIRST Robotics Sparks Passion for Science and Technology

Winning regional teams to compete in Missouri

FIRST Robotics sparks passion for science, technology, engineering.

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President Obama Announces Over $240 Million Pledge for STEM Education

POTUS announces new STEM pledge at the White House Science Fair

President Obama host 2015 White House Science Fair and announces new $240 million pledge for…

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How To Raise a Scientist

What teachers, parents, and schools can do to increase African American participation in science, technology, engineering, and math

“It is not an achievement gap, it is an exposure gap,” says Magloire, a former…

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The 5 Sexiest Jobs in Science

Intriguing careers in science, technology, engineering and math that are exciting and lucrative

Black Enterprise comprised a list of some of the sexiest jobs in science. While these…

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Adding Diversity Into the Equation

Minority chemists face barriers in the pipeline between academia and the workplace

Less than a year after Teri Quinn Gray began working as a research manager for…

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Black Enterprise and a team of educators and business leaders in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields held a STEM Forum hosted by ExxonMobil at Georgia Tech Research Institute Conference Center in Atlanta on May 19, 2010. The forum, moderated by Derek T. Dingle, editor-in-chief of Black Enterprise Magazine, focused on the long-term and the short-term workforce preparedness in the fields of science and technology, with an emphasis on education (college and K-12) and workforce retraining. Panelists included Donna Ennis, project director of the Georgia Minority Business Enterprise Center; Thomas D. Boston, Ph.D., a member of the faculty of Georgia Tech and of the Black Enterprise Board of Economists; Sylvia T. Bozeman, director of the Center for the Scientific Applications of Mathematics at Spelman College; Dr. Bernard A. Harris Jr., a NASA astronaut, physician and president of The Harris Foundation; and Kevin M. Warren, chairman, president and CEO of Xerox Canada. (All Photos by Lonnie C. Major)

PHOTO GALLERY: Black Enterprise STEM Forum

Experts focus on education and workforce preparedness in science, technology, mathematics and engineering

BLACK ENTERPRISE and a team of educators and business leaders in the science, technology, engineering…

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Talking Points: Poll Says Retire ‘Negro’

African Americans unemployed longer; minorities not encouraged to pursue STEM education

In a BlackEnterprise.com poll on whether the 2010 Census form should have used the word…

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Why We Must Embrace STEM Education

To paraphrase an old saying, it will take a village to make our children employable and our nation competitive.

“To paraphrase an old saying, it will take a village to make our children employable…

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