Value of S, T, and E


state course requirements for STEM in high schools

This challenge is a catalyst, meaning it is one of the most strategic and efficient areas for creating impact and, if solved, would have outsized positive effects across the system.

Full Challenge: The number and range of STEM courses that high schools are required to offer.

Challenge Description: Districts do not always require that all high schools offer an adequate number and range of STEM course choices, including advance courses (e.g. Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate courses).