Let’s raise academic standards.
Let’s invest in teachers.
Let’s inspire our students.

Let’s solve thisSM

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American students rank 17th in the world in science.
 
American students rank 17th in the world in science. And 25th in the world in math.
 
Most new jobs in the 21st century will require math and science skills. But too few Americans have those skills.
We can solve this.
 

See how your school district is performing today.

Common Core State Standards
raise the bar
for U.S. schools.

 
 

Common Core State Standards
are rigorous.

They're benchmarked standards, not curriculum, based on the world's top-performing nations.

 
 

Common Core State Standards
are collaborative.

They were developed jointly by states, with input from educators, parents and employers.

 
 

Common Core State Standards
are useful.

They let parents and teachers compare student performance across the U.S. and around the world.

 
 

Common Core State Standards
are effective.

They will help students be career and college ready.

 
 
The UTeach Program grows undergraduates fast. Students earn both a degree in math or science and a teaching certificate in just four years.

See how many students will learn from UTeach graduates in years to come.

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The Mickelson ExxonMobil Teachers Academy has trained 4,000 elementary school math and science teachers.
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The Sally Ride Science Academy has trained more than 8,500 science teachers.
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Just a few dollars can make

a big difference in a classroom.

sixty percent
of new jobs in this century will require math and science skills.
twenty percent
of our workforce have these skills today.
Fortunately, the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) has helped increase passing scores on Advanced Placement math and science exams by
one eighty four
 

ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camps help kids dream big.

Each year 800 students learn about the exciting opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math.

The camps are designed
for underrepresented students in grades five through eight.

ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camps are held at universities across the country and offered at no cost to the campers.

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See how a child’s interest can lead to careers in math and science.

Let’s solve the gender divide.

Only three in ten math and science degrees are earned by women. To have enough graduates for 21st century jobs, we need to inspire more young women to pursue careers in math and science.

 

Let’s accelerate the U.S. economy.

Join ExxonMobil in advancing math and science education.