Education Week features a piece on the $28 million that 100Kin10 funding partners have committed to help solve the grand challenges in STEM education:
“100Kin10, the national nonprofit seeking to recruit, prepare, and support 100,000 STEM teachers by 2021, has mapped out over 100 "grand challenges” facing STEM education. And today, the organization announced that Google, Chevron, and other funders have committed over $28 million to help.
The 100Kin10 coalition includes private foundations, states, federal agencies, corporations, school districts, and other nonprofit organizations. As in past rounds of funding, partners pledge to support one or more of the vetted organizations that are working to solve challenges identified by 100Kin10.“
Read the full piece here.