Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics

The central mission of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematic (STEM) education is to enhance the National Science Standards by providing educational opportunities for students through the use of hands-on activities and projects. Educators play a critical role in educating students in STEM areas to ensure that the United States is competitive in our global society and to gain future economic prosperity for our country. Our role at Computer Education Support (CES) is to build and support programs in our schools, such as project-based learning, programming, and robotics.

Contact Mary Beth Singleton for more information. 

STEM Programs