Click here for the California Department of Education's information and resources for kindergarten through grade twelve STEM education.
Power of Discovery offers resources focusing on project-based learning, and specifically addresses the issue of females and minorities being under-represented in STEM fields of work.
The Noyce Foundation offers information on the importance of STEM programming, information on their initiatives, a range of resources, and information about STEM events.
The American Library Association has created a downloadable STEM toolkit that will aid educators in using their library resources in developing STEM activities for students, with inquiry-based learning the focus.
Southwest Education Development Laboratory (SEDL) has published a study on most effective ways to engage students, particularly females and minorities, in STEM programming.