We keep busy.

We are passionate about our mission – and we’re excited to share all the great work we and our partners are doing to achieve it. Keep tabs on this space to stay up-to-date on the latest 100Kin10 happenings and announcements.

People are noticing.

We aren’t about tooting our own horn. But, we are dedicated to spreading the word about the great work of our partners and keeping STEM education front and center on the national stage. These media mentions feature 100Kin10 and our partners as we seek to provide all American classrooms with great STEM teachers.

Partners fuel this work.

100Kin10 partners use hard work, ingenuity, and a collaborative spirit to ensure that all students have access to the STEM learning that they—and our country—need and deserve. These stories are meant to give you an insider-look into how our partners use 100Kin10 to reach their above-and-beyond commitment and move the needle to overcome the big, system-level challenges that make this work so difficult.

Networked Impact

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STEM education will carry our children in tomorrow’s economy

April 5, 2017

NSTA Executive Director David Evans and 100Kin10 Executive Director Talia Milgrom-Elcott co-author a piece on the opportunity ESSA provides to ensure high-quality STEM learning for all students, preparing them for tomorrow’s economy and workforce.

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With New Administration, 100Kin10 Renews Call to Support STEM Teachers

March 2, 2017

Education Week Teacher features a piece on 100Kin10’s open letter reconfirming support for STEM teachers signed by 90 leaders from across sectors.

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STEM Education Is Not A Partisan Issue

March 2, 2017

GOOD Inc. features and “proudly signs” 100Kin10’s open letter publicly reconforming the commitment to STEM and STEM teachers.

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Educators, Tech, Business Leaders Say STEM Innovation Requires Teacher Support

February 28, 2017

THE Journal features the open letter signed by 100Kin10 and over 100 diverse leaders, publicly reconfirming support for STEM and STEM teaching and learning.

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100Kin10 and 100+ leaders publicly reconfirm the commitment to STEM and teachers.

February 27, 2017

100Kin10 releases an open letter co-signed by a coalition of 100+ diverse leaders, publicly reconfirming the commitment to providing excellent STEM learning for all students.

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2016 Fellowship Recap: Encouraging Active STEM Learning in Early Childhood

January 18, 2017

The second Annual 100Kin10 Fellowship was a nine-month collaborative process which tackled the issue: Encouraging Active STEM Learning in Early Childhood.

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Turning the Mirror Around: 100Kin10 Reflects on Trends in STEM and Teaching

January 10, 2017

Our work has always been informed by an ongoing analysis of local, regional, and national trends and opportunities, but we’ve never before shared them publicly - until now.

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100Kin10, alongside ~20 partners, launches "Every Student Succeeds with STEM"

December 16, 2016

100Kin10, alongside ~20 partners, launches “Every Student Succeeds with STEM,” a strategic campaign to ensure that STEM is prioritized in state ESSA implementation plans.

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WNET and Teaching Channel: Measuring the Efficacy of Video-Based PD for Engineering Instruction

December 6, 2016

When facing a problem as urgent as the lack of high quality engineering learning in K-12 education, there isn’t time to wait for lengthy scientific studies.

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White House CSforAll Fact Sheet features 100Kin10 Efforts

December 5, 2016

White House CSforAll Fact Sheet features 100Kin10 Networked Improvement Community focused on K-12 Computer Science and Engineering.

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BU and AAPT on overcoming roadblocks of introducing engineering to K-12 classrooms

December 2, 2016

How might we better support our teachers in bringing engineering content into the higher grades? Here’s a sneak peek into our next Networked Improvement Community share-out webinar.

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STEM Across the States: Insights from 200 Regional Partners and Allies Coming Together at Back-to-School Breakfasts

November 15, 2016

This fall, approximately 200 partner and ally representatives came together across 8 regions at Back-to-School Breakfasts.

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Spotlight on BSCS: Digging into the STeLLA Program and the Research Behind it

November 8, 2016

Last Wednesday, BSCS hosted a virtual conversation with partners about their STeLLA (STeLLA stands for Science Teachers Learning from Lesson Analysis).

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Three Questions with Washington STEM

November 7, 2016

Moving the needle on science, technology, engineering and math education takes all of us. Learn more about experiments partners are running to advance our shared work.

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Three Questions with Hillsborough County Public Schools

November 4, 2016

Learn how one school district is approaching access and equity in K-12 engineering through the Networked Improvement Community.

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Activate Learning in your Classroom: Active Learning Day 2016!

October 25, 2016

It’s White House #ActiveLearningDay! Get involved in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy’s Active Learning Day with the 100Kin10 online resource hub.

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Networked Impact: This is Not Your Grandfather’s Coalition

October 11, 2016

The Stanford Social Innovation Review features 100Kin10 as a model of networked impact.

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Meet Partners D.C. Public Schools and I-STEM Resource Network

September 27, 2016

Integrating engineering across content areas doesn’t have to be difficult. Here’s how two members of our Networked Improvement Community want to make it easier.

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Networked Improvement Community Share-out Series: Three Questions with Catherine Villnave and Kristian Breton

August 24, 2016

Over the course of four webinars, partners from the 100Kin10 Networked Improvement Community will share their work exploring a different facet of improving K-12 engineering and what they’ve learned in the process.

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Three Questions with Heidi Glidden, Manager, Educational Issues at the American Federation of Teachers

August 21, 2016

What is top-of-mind for the AFT as we move toward implementing ESSA? And, why is Heidi engaging in the solution lab process as a method for being strategic about how they approach this transition?

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Welcome to the 100Kin10 Partner Progress Series

August 15, 2016

Social change is messy. The path is rarely linear. The inherent ups and downs, successes and failures, learning moments and frustrations together comprise the larger narrative. At 100Kin10, we are no strangers to this ebb and flow.

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Partners Gain Valuable Insights during Practice Your Pitch Session

August 15, 2016

During 100Kin10’s recent Virtual Pitch session, partners saw grantmakers evaluating proposals in real time when the Tiger Woods Foundation and Virginia Commonwealth University delivered theirs to the APS Foundation and the Greater Texas Foundation

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Partners, Start your Year Strong at a Back-to-School Breakfast

August 15, 2016

Partners in the network continue addressing challenges at national breakfast event series.

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8 Ways To Be A Change-Maker

August 1, 2016

Forbes piece on what it takes to be a change-maker features advice from 100Kin10 Executive Director and Co-founder, Talia Milgrom-Elcott.

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Three Questions with Ann Caspari,‎ Early Childhood Education Specialist at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

July 12, 2016

What role do science-rich institutions play in engaging students - and STEM teachers themselves - in more active, authentic learning outside the classroom?