We are Passionate About STEM Education

Providing the Nation’s Schools with STEM Resources for the Classroom Since 1970

Individual Online Learning

SCIENCE SCREEN REPORT has been a trusted resource of objective science news reporting for high school science
teachers for nearly 40 years.

The award‐winning DVD series, produced in cooperation with the Accreditation Board for Engineering & Technology, and its
elementary school edition, SCIENCE SCREEN REPORT FOR KIDS, examines the most recent developments and discoveries
in science and technology. The programs are designed to help students understand the vital role science plays in our everyday
lives and to address critical issues facing society today, as well  as being an economic driver that creates well‐paying career opportunities.

STEM Classroom Assistant

SCIENCE SCREEN REPORT and SCIENCE SCREEN REPORT FOR KIDS have been provided to schools free of charge through the
generosity of local corporations who use the series to program production to ensure the integrity of the scientific content and its respective correlation to National Education Standards for Science instruction.

Reaching A Broader Audience

Now, for the first time, our videos are being made available to a broader audience from this web site. While we still welcome sponsorships that facilitate provision of our content for free, we know it is not always possible to acquire such sponsorship to cover our full potential viewership. To this end, we have decided to offer access to all schools, educators, home educators and more for a nominal fee.

Education is in Our Blood

We are dedicated to helping students in growing their appreciation of STEM Education in order to promote their interest in pursuing careers in the Science, Technology and Mathematics. Join us in our quest by subscribing to our site and open this valuable resource to your students or children. You won’t be sorry if you manage to point them in the direction of a fulfilling and rewarding career.

Our Team

To support STEM education, please contact:

Karen Cleirbaut

Director of Administrative Services

Call us at (908) 879-0428

Rachel Rorick

Manager/Corporate Relations

Call us at (973) 252-1789

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ABET provides world leadership in assuring quality and in stimulating innovation in applied science, computing, engineering abd technology education. Among the most respected higher education accreditation organizations, ABET accredits almost 3,000 programs at more than 600 colleges and universities worldwide, Founded in 1932, ABET is a federation of 20 professional and technical societies representing these fields. ABET is recognized by the Council for Higher Education (CHEA), state and national licensing and certification boards, and quality assurance organizations around the globe. ABET has been involved with SCIENCE SCREN REPORT for more than 330 years. www.ABET.org

The ABET Foundation strives to advance, promote, and support the charitable, educational and scientific purposes of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc. (ABET) or other services which are closely related in purpose or function to ABET and to receive gifts and grants on it behalf. The ABET Foundation conducts improvement workshops and consulting services to constituents worldwide.


The National Museum of Education™ is the natural outgrowth of the National Gallery of Young Inventors, which has been in existence since 1996 and is the major program of the former Partnership for America’s Future, Inc., established in 1988. This new museum will build on the success of the National Gallery and will include its archives of young scientists and the recognition and archival techniques that have honored America’s greatest K-12 young inventors and provide a home for all education. It will include all educational disciplines and will archive, enshrine, honor and preserve America’s past educational endeavors, as well as establish a welcoming environment for new techniques, educational excellence in America. www.NMOE.org


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Designed for Elementary Level Students

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