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100Kin10 unites the nation’s top academic institutions, nonprofits, foundations, companies, and government agencies in order to train and retain 100,000 excellent science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) teachers so that we can educate the next generation of innovators and problem solvers.
As of May 2016, 100Kin10 partners have made commitments to recruit and train an additional 70,000 teachers by 2021, yielding more than 100,000 excellent STEM teachers by the ten-year mark.
Today’s students are tomorrow’s workforce, and they will need excellent skills in science, technology, engineering, and math to succeed. In fact, ten of the top 14 fastest-growing industries require STEM training. To produce big ideas and solve our biggest challenges, and to keep America competitive on a global scale, students need excellent STEM support and inspiration – which is why we need 100,000 more excellent, new STEM teachers in America’s classrooms.Learn More
Overcoming the complex challenges of training and retaining 100,000 excellent STEM teachers demands an innovative approach. 100Kin10 enlists the right mix of diverse and powerful organizations to make strong commitments; amplifies their capacity and impact through collaboration, learning, and funding; and catalyzes solutions to large-scale problems by leveraging the strength of the network and its resources.Learn More
Together, over 280 leading organizations have made more than 400 measurable commitments to our goal. Each partner designs and takes on a specific piece of work in one of three areas: increasing the supply of excellent STEM teachers; hiring, developing and retaining excellent STEM teachers; or building the movement around excellent STEM teaching.Meet Our Partners