On March 15, student inventors from across the state gathered on Georgia Tech's campus to participate in the K-12 InVenture Prize State Finals.

Approximately 140 elementary through high school students participated in South Georgia Innovation Day last Friday, February 10, presenting their own inventions as a part of Georgia Tech’s K-12 InVenture Prize competition.

Georgia Tech volunteers sought as judges for K-12 InVenture Prize competition.

Three teams of middle and high school students invited to compete in Invention Convention Globals.

Three fifth-grade students from Mount Bethel Elementary use creativity to tackle overfishing.

The Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics & Computing (CEISMC) hosted approximately 150 elementary, middle, and high school students, parents, and teachers on campus on March 16 in a day-long celebration of science and invention.

Published by Scholastic Teaching Resources, the book shows teachers how to have more impact on their students by leaning in, establishing implicit understanding, tackling emotionality, transforming culture, looking around, and creating experiences.

The 2021 K-12 InVenture Prize Competition welcomed 77 participating teams to present their unique projects and design-based solutions.

The AEF Program has been running for 30 years and provides accomplished K-12 educators in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields with the chance to serve in the national education arena.

Elementary School teacher, Julia Varnedoe was selected as a Grand Prize Winner of The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation Teacher Innovator Awards