It’s perhaps a truism that strengthening education systems at scale requires coordinated effort from diverse stakeholders. Connecting the right people and organizations accelerates change and amplifies impact.
We’re seeing that truth in action through the Dana Center’s involvement with 100Kin10—named for its goal of adding 100,000 excellent STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) teachers to K–12 classrooms in 10 years.
This network of more than 280 academic institutions, foundations, nonprofits, companies, and government agencies advances its work through collaborative groups focused on exploring—and proposing solutions to—key challenges in STEM education.
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