Sioux Falls, SD – STEM Fuse is announcing the start of their Kickstarter campaign that will allow for the development of cutting edge Drupal based web design curriculum that can be donated to every high school in the U.S. STEM Fuse is also pledging extensive initial, and ongoing, teacher training on this technology.

“The training is absolutely the critical piece here”, says STEM Fuse founder Carter Tatge. According to Tatge “our teachers are given the impossible task of trying to keep up on ever changing technology while handling the day-to-day tasks of running a classroom. The result is that we have U.S. schools teaching extremely important technical skills like web design on obsolete technology. This Kickstarter campaign allows us to mobilize the technology sector in general, and more specifically the Drupal community, to make a huge impact on U.S. education”.

STEM Fuse has established a Kickstarter “stretch” goal of raising $100K that would result in the development of Drupal based web design curriculum and free teacher training that saves U.S. high schools $120 million! To learn how STEM Fuse can turn $100K into $120 million for U.S. schools visit:

STEM Fuse, LLC, is the fastest growing developer of digital STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) curriculum and teacher training in the United States. To date, STEM Fuse has donated over $25 million worth of curriculum and training to U.S. schools. STEM Fuse courses are aligned with all applicable academic standards and are taught in all 50 States. To get more information on STEM Fuse, go to

About the Author:

Andrea Jones

Andrea Jones is a technology specialist in Virginia. A former French teacher, she currently supports technology integration in a middle school.