Just the Stats!

When we look at the world’s biggest problems, most require solutions related to STEM. Based on this data, only a slight fraction of our country is able to solve these issues. In order to remain relevant and maintain our standing amongst nations, STEM education must be at the top-of-mind for every educator, politician, and when it comes down to it, every last one of us. Whether it’s discovering the cure for cancer, creating algorithms and systems for transportation, detecting the next terrorist attack, or developing the technology to send humans to Mars, the answer lies in equipping those in our classrooms with the knowledge, skills, the space to create, and the inspiration to do so.

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Red Alert! The Race to Space in Education

A revived robust public space program today is the change we need to inspire the next generation of STEM students, teachers, and professionals. The future has always been linked to our identity as a nation. We could always make things better, and whatever it took, we were going to do that work.

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Books for the Martian Classroom

Although filled with technology, online references, and cutting-edge resources, the Martian Classroom still has room for a bookshelf or two and turning the pages of these must-have books. Or, if you prefer, most are available on Kindle or Audible. As you read through the list and think of ones to add, share your ideas with the community using the hashtag #MartianClassroom.

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SpaceX: When Something is too Important Not to Try

“Elon Musk… built an industrial empire from the stuff of little boy dreams: fast cars and rocket ships. Musk is an idealist who told us he had to start his company so that man could colonize Mars and save the Earth. His sister says it’s like her brother traveled into the future and came back to tell us all about it.” CBS News

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