Seeking to expand the STEM curriculum/program at your school? Learn what makes a successful STEM school on February 28 at the free regional workshop at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle sponsored by the National Science Foundation. The workshop is based on the National Research Council report issued last fall that identifies highly successful K–12 schools and programs in STEM. NSF is hosting events around the country to provide participants with STEM education solutions based on research/evaluation that can be adopted, adapted, and scaled to be implemented in a variety of school settings with diverse students. Teachers, administrators, superintendents, school board members and statewide STEM leaders are encouraged to attend.