2 years, 2 months ago Teresa DrewKeymaster
Hello STEM Ecosystem friends! I’m looking forward to seeing many of you this week in Orange County STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice gathering!
Since the focus of the Fall CoP is lessons learned, Ron and I are excited to share the latest paper commissioned by the STEM Next Opportunity Fund: From Niche to Necessary: Scale and Sustainability Lessons from the Frontiers in Urban Science Education (FUSE) Initiative.
This report is intended to share lessons learned from FUSE, led by Every Hour Counts, a national network of expanded-learning organizations, and ExpandED Schools, with key stakeholders across the country focused on increasing young people’s access to high-quality STEM learning.
In short, we’ve learned that cross-sector collaboration works to engage kids and educators in STEM learning – and stakeholders at all levels are changing the way they approach their jobs, working across silos to benefit young people. At the same time, we have a lot of work to do so more kids can access high quality STEM learning. We provide a set of recommendations on p.6.
Of course, Ron and I will be around if you’d like to ask any questions about the paper or FUSE. See you in OC!
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