News Coverage for The Curiosity School- STEM Education app
Americans made 80 percent of all scientificdiscoveries from the 1930s to the 1960s. The UnitedStates owes its status to its investment inscience, technology, engineering, and mathematics(STEM) education. Today, many countries arefollowing suit by offering STEM educationprograms, improved infrastructure, numerousresearch opportunities, STEM scholarships, and activegovernment support.
"The United States has been the dominantscience superpower since the 1950s. As aresult, in the early 1960s, the United States wasspending seven times more money on scientificresearch than Europe," said Carolina CabralMurphy, Co-Founder of MicroEmpowering.
Focusing on college education and offering STEMscholarships to college students will not suffice.Those who obtain STEM degrees typically start toshow interest in science by age 11. This meansthat interest in science and mathematics must benurtured and encouraged during childhood.With this challenge in mindMicroEmpowering.org launched an App calledCuriosity School - STEM education series.
The next two images are pictures of the app! Get your free download HERE