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West Virginia students participate in design challenge
Gov. Joe Manchin announced Monday that the state of West Virginia will participate in the United States Department of Energy’s “Real World Design Challenge.”
Point Pleasant Register
January 13, 2010

Rocketry team aims mile high
University takes part in NASA Student Launch Initiative for the first time.
January 12, 2010 

Major Push for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education
Public-private investments of more than $250 million in "Educate to Innovate" campaign
Dr. Dobbs
January 12, 2010

SAIC Launches Enterprise-Wide Initiative To Support K-12 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) (NYSE: SAI) announced today that it has launched an enterprise-wide program to help inspire, engage and educate students in K-12 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.
PR Newswire
January 12, 2010

Race to the Top
Tennessee's hot pursuit of school reform dollars
Daily News
January 11, 2010

NIH Awards $18.3 Million to Support Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education
To remain competitive in our 21st century global economy, the nation must foster new opportunities, approaches, and technologies in math and science education.
January 8, 2010

Grant to help with science, math
While many schools are scrambling to improve the education of students in the areas of math, science and technology, Huntsville Independent School District was given a heads up to do so in the form of a $480,000 grant.
Huntsville Item
January 6, 2010

Fritsche students energized about engineering
At the sixth annual sySTEMnow (Strengthening our Youth in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) conference Oct. 20, 2009, Fritsche Middle School and P&H Mining were presented with the Stemmy Partnership Award for the successful implementation of the Project Lead the Way program.
Bay View Compass
January 3, 2010 

Sinton ISD gets $840,000 Christmas Gift
Science and math now will be much more than textbooks and worksheets for students in San Patricio County.
The Caller
January 3, 2010 

Afterschool programs have broad benefits
According to the Afterschool Alliance, an organization in support of afterschool programs around the country, nearly 15 million students are on their own for some period of time after school.
Delmarva Now
January 2, 2010

Hampton Gets $1.4 Million Grant
The National Science Foundation is giving Hampton University $1.4 million to recruit more minority students into the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, The Newport News Daily Press reports.
December 30, 2009 

Connecticut 2020: Looking to Technology to Move Education Forward
Math, science and world language are exploding in importance.
December 30, 2009

Hands-on mission motivates students at Akron middle school
After the students at the new National Inventors Hall of Fame School had a few weeks to settle in, the principal and teachers were ready to present the project they had spent months planning.
Beacon Journal
December 29, 2009

Farwell Schools secure $200k technology grant
Superintendent Dave Peterson and Principal Dee Yarger announced at Monday night’s Board of Education meeting that Farwell High School had been successful in obtaining a $200,000 Enhancing Education through Technology grant from the 21st Century Learning Environments initiative.
Clear County Review
December 28, 2009