Posted by Tyler on November 11 2013

According to the 2011 National Survey on STEM education, STEM educators reported a lack of funding and professional development for teachers as the two major barriers to the realization of 21st century classrooms. Due to the growing need for quality STEM training and material many education grant sources are placing STEM education as a top priority at all grade levels.

STEM education grants work to attract and retain students in STEM disciplines, strengthen the STEM...

Posted by Dylan on June 06 2015

Homeschooling is a growing trend in the United States, and now STEM Fuse is making it easier for homeschooled students to keep up with new age teaching methods and courses. STEM Fuse is offering all Homeschools a discounted price on the majority of their fully-stocked courses, but only for a limited time.

Surprisingly, there are many students that are educated in a home school environment. Dr. Brian D. Ray reports, “There are about 2.2...

Posted by Kari on August 08 2015

Stop the Insanity!

Many districts have room for improvement in their math and reading test scores, yet they continue to use the same curriculum year after year, expecting scores to rise.  Seems insane, doesn’t it?

STEM Fuse offers the solution to districts seeking to improve their student’s proficiency in math and reading.  Our...

Posted by Stephanie on March 03 2016
In order for us to answer that question, it is important to understand all of the aspects that go into reading. Unfortunately most of the assessments that our children take in school are based on speed, and sometimes speed alone. But fluency (the rate in which we read) is the last skill to come along in the whole reading process.  The brain must first acquire foundational skills...