Standardized Testing Isn’t Always the Answer

Written by: Reagan Flowers, Ph.D. As Spring approaches, standardized testing is on the horizon. These tests can be stressful for students, educators, and parents alike. In light of that, this […]

What’s in Store for Education in 2024?

Written by: Reagan Flowers, PhD As the calendar flips to 2024, the world of PreK-12 education stands at a crossroads, a juncture where the past meets the future, and the […]

Personal Finance in Schools is Crucial

Written by: Reagan Flowers, Ph.D. Unlike many math classes in school, personal finance is one that every student can apply to his or her life as an adult. It’s especially […]

How Multi-Tiered Support Systems Make a Difference

Written by: Reagan Flowers, PhD More districts and schools are using tiered support systems, with an increased focus on building students’ social-emotional skills. A recent survey by Panorama Education shows an increase […]

Helping Homeless Students with STEM

Written by: Reagan Flowers, Ph.D. ` As we hit stride with a new school year, it’s time to take another look at the underrepresented and underserved students we can help […]

Game-Based Learning is Essential in STEM

Written by: Reagan Flowers, Ph.D. We have long believed that one of the keys to successfully closing learning gaps in STEM education is through captivating, current methods that engage students’ […]

Does Performance-Based Pay Motivate Teachers?

Written by: Reagan Flowers, Ph.D. Pay has traditionally been based on education and years of experience, even though educator salaries vary by state. However, one of the largest school districts in […]

Racial Disparities in College Lending

Written by: Reagan Flowers, Ph.D. New research affirms that Black students attempting to turn the tide on generational poverty experience more difficulty than their peers regarding economic advancement. The debt […]

How Schools Can Prepare for Climate Change

Written by: Reagan Flowers, Ph.D. None of us can predict the future, but one thing we do know is that climate change could significantly affect what that future looks like. […]

How to Meet Kids Where They Are With STEM

Written by: Reagan Flowers, Ph.D. STEM subjects are not a passion for every child. However, as reliance on STEM continues to increase in every career field, every student can find […]

Peer Mentoring Empowers Female STEM Students

Written by: Reagan Flowers, Ph.D. According to a new study, mentoring from fellow students could be the key to improving academic experiences and success for female STEM students in college […]

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11th Annual State of STEM Education Stakeholder Breakfast

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11th Annual State of STEM Education Stakeholder Breakfast

Please join us at The Junior League of Houston from 7:30-9:00 AM