Welcome to Our New STEM Resource Center

This is the place to stay on top of developments in science, technology, engineering and math education.

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Welcome to U.S. News's STEM Education resource center. Here, you'll find the latest news, opinions and thoughts about science, technology, engineering and math education. America lags behind countries such as China, Finland, and South Korea in developing top math and science minds. In 2009, American 15-year-olds ranked 17th in science and 25th in math in the Program for International Student Assessment rankings. Top corporations, non-profit leaders, and politicians have all made STEM a top education policy issue. Here you will find viewpoints from top experts in the field, rankings of top STEM schools, and stories about programs and people that are making a difference. We hope this will become your home base for any and all STEM developments. We welcome community interaction; please send any news or submissions to stem@usnews.com.