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Young Scientists Impress President Obama at 2015 Science Fair

At the 2015 White House Science Fair, a group of 6-year-old Girl Scouts wowed President Obama with their automatic page turner that they built out of Legos.

President Obama Announces $240 Million For STEM Education

During the White House Science Fair on Monday, March 23, President Barack Obama announced more than $240 million worth of pledges to focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education.

New Proposed Bill Brings Attention to Student Data and Privacy

A proposed bill by Congress, the Student Digital Privacy and Parental Rights Act of 2015, looks at how companies and schools can further protect student data.

STEM News Roundup: GlobalFoundries, Biogen Idec Invest in Quality Education

This week in STEM Education, we see the University of Arizona, Biogen Idec, the Boston Red Sox, GlobalFoundies and Ohio school districts donating their money and time to promoting science, technology, engineering and math.

Are You Ready to Answer These EdTech Questions Parents Should Ask?

An NPR education reporter outlined a few questions that parents should ask and that administrators and educators should be able to answer.

Technology Allows Any Day Off to Become a School Day

With the access to the Internet, teachers and students can say goodbye to snow days and other "days off." With the help of apps and other resources, teachers and students can stay in touch at all times during the day.

Study Finds Gender Gap in K-12 Ed-Tech Leadership Salaries

According to a new survey, women who hold information-technology leadership positions in K-12 school districts continue to face pay gaps.