The future of
innovation belongs
to children that see
themselves in it

In Our Society,

there exists inequities in access, participation, and opportunities for innovation in STEM education. These inequities exist along racial, socioeconomic, gender, and geographic lines, as well as among students with disabilities. STEM education disparities threaten our nation’s ability to bridge education and poverty gaps and meet the demands of a technology-driven economy.







The complexities of today’s world require our future problem solvers to be equipped with a new set of core knowledge and skills to solve universal challenges, research and evaluate data, and make sense of complex circumstances and technologies, such as climate change, clean water and more.







Technology is Pervasive

Technology is pervasive in almost every aspect of daily life, and as the workplace changes, STEM knowledge and skills grow in importance.

The need for STEM education is so great that the future of America is dependent upon its development. We’ve found the answer and we accept the challenge.


50 million students attend public elementary and secondary schools. Of these students 35.3 million will be in prekindergarten through 8th grade. With a growing demand for skilled workers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics how can teachers, counselors and parents inspire students to solve problems while promoting STEM careers?


the funding and availability of high-quality programming continues to be inconsis­tent, favoring schools and communities that have access to the most resources, knowledge, and expertise. ituey is dedicated to making a difference through the creation of educational materials, custom programming, events, and key partnerships.