Advocates for Education
SCCMS, South Carolina's Coalition for Mathematics and Science brings together advocates, like you, who seek constancy and quality in the state's approach to science, technology, engineering and mathematics education.
Professional Development for Educators
SCCMS partners view South Carolina's educators as paramount to the success of STEM education for our children. We work closely with our partners, especially S²TEM Centers SC, to support school-based programs to improve instruction and accelerate student achievement.
Innovation in Curriculum Design and Methodology
SCCMS identifies, designs, and disseminates promising instructional tools and techniques to schools.
Instructional Materials Support
SCCMS supports the availability and effective use of exemplary curricula and instructional materials in every school.
SCCMS seeks continual improvement in their programs and curriculum to influence positive change in student achievement.
News & Happenings
Register for the Next Steps for STEM Schools Conference - September 30 - October 2 held in Charleston, SC
Moving from Standards to Practice Conference: Leading Tomorrow’s Mathematics and Science Education in South Carolina - Content Literacy Tied to New Standards, STEM: Is it a Word with Meaning?, Putting the SySTEM in STEM
SC STEM Community - Stay Connected
Hopes and fears about STEM education expressed by 73 thought and action leaders. - View Presentation
Can South Carolina meet the demand for STEM skills? - Read More
The Appalachian Regional Commission has awarded SCCMS and S2TEM Centers SC a grant of $35,992 to complete development and piloting of our iSTEM initiative in partnership with Fluor and Lockheed Martin. iSTEM will develop the instructional leadership capacities of K-12th grade educators in 6 ARC counties as they implement classroom instructional strategies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) with a specific focus on engineering.
Reflections on How Innovations Based in STEM Have Changed Lives, Summit Keynote Speaker Torrence Robinson - Read Remarks
How STEM education impacts our local economy and what you can do - Read More
Executive Director, Dr. Tom Peters, reports on the current state of math and science instruction in South Carolina - Download
Executive Director, Tom Peters
Business Associate, Sharon Lynch
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