ITEEA Recognizes Chantilly STEM as an Outstanding Program at 86th Annual Conference

By Sam Jonsson
March 12, 2024

RESTON, VA., MARCH 12, 2024 – Twenty-six outstanding technology and engineering programs from around the world, including the program from Chantilly High School and the Chantilly Governor's STEM Academy, were honored by the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) at its 86th Annual Conference held March 6-9, 2024, in Memphis, TN.  

Technology and engineering education programs from across the country at the elementary, middle, and high school levels received ITEEA’s Program Excellence Award. Sponsored by ITEEA and Paxton/Patterson, the Program Excellence Award is one of the highest honors given to technology and engineering education programs is presented in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the profession and students. The Program Excellence Award provides public recognition at the local/state through international levels.

The Program Excellence Award program is designed to recognize superior K-12 technology and engineering education programs from around the world. These award-winning programs serve as a standard for comparison and models for the development of other programs. Therefore, it is essential that each program selected and recognized reflects contemporary technology engineering education.

Awardees serve as models for their colleagues, inspiration to their communities, and leaders in their region, province, or state as proponents of advancing technological literacy for all.

ITEEA President, Charlie McLaughlin, shared, “The award winners exhibit so many high-quality programs and activities occurring globally in technology and engineering education! It is inspiring to learn from these leaders, and we should all feel proud to be connected with these colleagues.”

To learn more about ITEEA’s Program Excellence Awards Program, go to: