STEM Education Data and Trends
NSF has created a tool that allows educators to explore trends in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related education and careers. The tool is designed to answer questions such as:
Compared to other states, how well are students in my state prepared in science and math? Am I doing enough to help my child as a parent? what are my (or my child's or student's) career opportunities in science and engineering fields? How much can I (they earn)?
Visit: STEM Education Data. The data is drawn largely from the Science and Engineering Indicators: 2010 report. This report has a section on Elementary and Secondary Mathematics and Science Education and State Level Indicators tied to educational attainment, state-level performance, workforce training, R&D funding, etc.