All students deserve excellent and equitable access to STEM learning. To advance equity and representation in U.S. education, we need to focus on those who continue to be excluded: Black, Latinx, Native American and Indigenous students, and teachers in schools experiencing the greatest shortages in funding and support.
At this important moment of education policy making, the Day One Project is partnering with 100Kin10 to host a Future of STEM Learning Policy Accelerator to identify, develop, and publish a set of education-focused policy ideas that could be implemented by Congress or the Biden-Harris Administration.
Addressing health inequities and serving our nation’s diverse population requires an equally diverse biomedical workforce.
In our growing age of tech and social media, tech-ethics are increasingly relevant. A National Digital Ethics Framework can equip students to navigate a digitally transforming world responsibly and successfully.
STEM subjects are powerful levers for change, but formal STEM-ed lacks opportunities to practice cultural competency. Anjika Pai and Sophia Swartz propose a task force committed to building values of inclusion and public service into the U.S. STEM workforce.