Read our new report, “Shifting Courses: Achieving Equity in High School STEM.” The report identifies core challenges and outlines solutions for how leaders in education and beyond can focus their energy to ensure a range of thriving, career-ready STEM opportunities in high school, particularly for students of color (especially Black, Latinx, and Indigenous students), students from low-income households, students based in rural areas across the country, and girls of all racial identities and socioeconomic experiences. Additionally, the report identifies specific organizations and model programs already paving the way.
This report is intended to lay a foundation for coordinated, collaborative action among 100Kin10 partners, our allies, and beyond. It is presented as a “living” document and designed to serve as a launching pad for ongoing work. As our collective work grows in the coming weeks, months, and years, we expect to augment this report with new insights and actionable ideas.