The proliferation of educational options and wide array of postsecondary credentials in the U.S. marketplace provide a great national opportunity for increasing economic competitiveness and economic opportunity. However, we’re not realizing that potential today.
Most 2016 high school and college graduations have come and gone and with their passing, many young people—and their families—face anxiety about their career preparedness and opportunities.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO explains just how important it is for students to know all of the facts about the higher education institutions they are looking at, prior to committing.
The biggest decision for families used to be what college should their child attend after graduation; now it is what will their future be after college.
Not only are students frustrated with often times not being able to find jobs, but employers are frustrated with not being able to find the talent needed. How can we end this disconnect?
Many high school students who take part in the STEM field say that their teachers played an influential and helpful role in their decisions.
Students and businesses can work together to lessen the skills gap - Mark Schneider explains how.
Earth Day Texas provides children a hands-on opportunity to learn about STEM, technologies, the envirnonment and more.