Who We Are

A Hands-On, Minds-On Formula For Success.

Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are driving economic growth and innovation. We recognize that educators are the targets and agents of change to improve student achievement in these areas to secure a more prosperous future for our nation and the communities in which we live.

ASSET STEM Education™ is a national education improvement nonprofit. We foster STEM fluency and college/career readiness by providing all educators of students Pre-K through career with highly effective professional development, hands-on educational materials and consulting services. Each year our programs impact more than 7,000 educators and 225,000 students both inside and outside of the classroom.

This is no experiment. This is the future of education.

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What Others are Saying

ASSET’s incredible growth and emergence as one of the country’s leading forces in achieving systemic reform in elementary and middle school science education begins with its research and development programs.

Sue Sloan
PPG Industries Foundation

Teachers often are exposed to one-shot training that is soon replaced by another ‘flavor of the day.’ As a result, they’re wary of many training programs. But ASSET is in a league of its own. It offers credible professional development teachers trust.

Gary Winkler

Some students do best when everything is broken down and explained. Others love the freedom of exploration. The amazing thing about ASSET’s approach to science is that it works for both learning styles. You can follow an experiment step by step — or cut loose and go crazy.

Maura L.
ASSET Alumna

ASSET trainings are truly the BEST professional development I have ever received.

Cheryl Burt

Programs and courses that prepare educators to teach inquiry-centered STEM subjects and consider professional growth to be an ongoing process.

Cost-effective systems for supplying STEM equipment and materials to classrooms.

Strategies aligning the evaluation of student performance with the goals of inquiry-centered STEM programs.

Strategies for building and sustaining district and community support for STEM education.