August 02, 2017 — Education Dive — “Educators using music to make connections to STEM”
... [A] growing multitude of organizations and advocates are promoting the use of music in the course of STEM education. Educators have increasingly called for music to be incorporated into STEM in recent years, though progress has proceeded in fits and starts....

July 31, 2017 — NPR — “Tens Of Thousands More Women And Minorities Are Taking Computer Science”
U.S. high schools got a high-tech update this past school year. Not by federal fiat or by state law, but largely at the hand of independent nonprofits The College Board last fall introduced a new course and exam called AP Computer Science Principles. Eight years in the planning, it was the largest...

August 17, 2017 — U.S. News & World Report — “Op-Ed: Is the Investment in STEM Education Paying Off?”
For more than two decades there has been a hefty investment in science, technology, engineering and mathematics education in the United States. There is no question that this investment has, at the very least, brought the positives derived from better STEM education practices into the national conve...