STEM Ed Info

September 1996: The National Commission Report on Teaching & America’s Future

1996: National Research Council Report on National Science Education Standards

2000: A report to the Nation from The Commission on Mathematics and Science Teaching for the 21st Century

December 2001: Report of the 2000 National Survey of Science and Mathematics Education from Horizon Research, Inc.

January 8, 2002: No Child Left Behind, Public Law 107-110, Section 9101(23)

2002: The Talent Imperative: Meeting America’s challenge in science and engineering, ASAP from BEST (Building Engineering & Science Talent)

March 2003: The Merck Institute for Science Education: A Successful Intermediary for Education Reform, The Consortium for Policy Research in Education Report

August 2003: National Science Board, The Science and Engineering Workforce: Realizing America ’s Potential

September 2003: Is There Really a Teacher Shortage? By Richard M. Ingersoll University of Pennsylvania

2003: State Indicators of Science and Mathematics Education 2003, The Council of Chief State School Officers

2003: Learning for the Future: Changing the Culture of math and Science Education to Ensure a Competitive Workforce, A Statement by the Research and Policy Committee of the Committee for Economic Development

May 2004: The Bayer Facts of Science Education X: Are the Nation’s Colleges and Universities Adequately Preparing Elementary Schoolteachers of Tomorrow to Teach Science?, Market Research Institute Inc.

December 2004: Council on Competitiveness, National Innovation Initiative (NII), Innovate America Report, December 2004.

December 2004: 2003 Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)

June 2004: Sustaining the Nation’s Innovation Ecosystem Report on Maintaining the Strength  of Our Science & Engineering Capabilities, President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology Workforce/Education Subcommittee

October 5, 2004: No Time to Waste: The Vital Role of College and university Leaders in Improving Science and Mathematics Education, United States Department of Education

July 2005: Tapping America ’s Potential The Education for Innovation Initiative, Business Roundtable

October 12, 2005: National Academy of Sciences Rising Above the Gathering Storm

2005: State Indicators of Science and Mathematics Education, The Council of Chief State School Officers

2005: A Commitment to America ’s Future: Responding to the Crisis in Mathematics and Science Education

2005: Systems for State Science Assessment, Mark R. Wilson and Meryl W. Bertenthal, Editors, Committee on Test Design for K-12 Science Achievement, National Research Council

February 2006: National Science Board, America ‘s Pressing Challenge — Building a Stronger Foundation

February 2006: Are We Losing Our Edge? By Michael D. Lemonick,9171,1156575,00.html

May, 2006: National Assessment of Educational Progress In Science:

2005 “Nation’s Report Card”

May, 2006: National Mathematics Advisory Panel

June 2006-October 2006: Council of Chief State School Officers Mathematics and Science Education Task Force Report and Recommendations

October 2006: The Cost of the Teacher Turnover in K-12 Science and Mathematics: What We Know and What We Need to Know, National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future By Edward Crowe, Ph.D.; Benjamin Schaefer; and Gary Barnes, Ph.D.

October 2006: What the Data Tell Us About Shortages of Mathematics and Science Teachers, by Richard M. Ingersoll and David Perda

October 2006: What Works Best in Science & Mathematics Education, A Report on the National Science Foundation’s Urban Systemic Program

November 2006: A Policy Statement of the Council of Chief State School Officers, Mathematics and Science Education Task Force Report and Recommendations

December 6, 2006: The American Council on Education, Poll Reveals Gap Between Public and Policy-Makers on U.S. Competitiveness and Math and Science Education

Dec. 6, 2006: The Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning, California ’s Teaching Force 2006: Key Issues and Trends

2006: Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), Science Competencies for Tomorrow’s World Volume 1: Analysis & Volume 2: Data,3343,en_32252351_32236191_39718850_1_1_1_1,00.html

2006: Reality Check, A Public Agenda Initiative to Build Momentum for Improving American Schools

2006: Project Kaleidoscope, Report on Reports II, Transforming America’s Scientific and Technological Infrastructure Recommendations for Urgent Action

2006: National Commission on Teaching and America ’s Future, Scope and Consequences of K12 Science Mathematics Teacher Turnover

December 2006-January 2007: The National Science Teachers Association’s Gerry F. Wheeler, Educational Leadership, Strategies for Science Education Reform

2006-2007: National Governors Association Innovation America

January 2007: NRC Report Taking Science to School: Learning and Teaching Science in K-8

February 2007: Research America , Americans Support Bridging the Sciences

Apr. 23, 2007(Updated):CRS Report for Congress, Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Education: Status and Issues

May 2007: Academic Competitiveness Council (U.S. Department of Education)

June 20-21, 2007: Preparing STEM Teachers: The Key to Global Competitiveness

August, 2007: The National Math and Science Initiative, Bringing Government, Corporations, Foundations and Educators Together to Improve STEM Education

The Council of Chief State School Officers, 50-State Analysis of the Preparation of Teachers and the Conditions for Teaching, Results from the NCES Schools and Staffing Survey

October 1, 2007: National Science Board, A National Action Plan For Addressing the Critical Needs of the U.S. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education System

October 30, 2007: National Science Board Commission on 21st Century Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

October 30, 2007: The Urban Institute, Urban Institute Report Assess Science and Engineering in America , Houston , Do We REALLY Have a Problem Here?

2007: Educational Testing Service, Policy Information Report, America’s Perfect Storm Three Forces Changing Our Nation’s Future

2007: State Indicators of Science and Mathematics Education

2007: Population Reference Bureau, U.S. Population Data Sheet, A Profile of the Labor Force with a Focus on Scientists and Engineers

2007: Bayer: Science for a Better Life, United States of America, Bridging the Diversity Gap in Science and Engineering: Introducing STEM Industries to K-12 Best Practice programs Highlights Report

2007: National Academy of Sciences , Is America Falling Off the Flat Earth, Norman R. Augustine

2007: A Report from Public Agenda, Important, but Not for Me, Parents and Students in Kansas and Missouri Talk About Math, Science and Technology Education

2007: Business-Higher Education Forum, An American Imperative, Transforming the Recruitment, Retention, and Renewal of Our nation’s Mathematics and Science Teaching Workforce

January 22, 2008: Congressional Research Service Report for Congress, America COMPETES Act: Programs, Funding, and Selected Issues

March 2008: The National Mathematics Advisory Panel, Foundations for Success

April 2, 2008: Rowing Together Panel Briefing on Science Generation, A National Imperative, An American Museum of Natural History Summit

May 2008: Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, Attrition of Public School Mathematics and Science Teachers Issue Brief

June, 2008 High School Level STEM Initiatives in the States

July 2008 Tapping America’s Potential: Gaining Momentum, Losing Ground