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.

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IISME + New Visions: The Road to Partnership

July 14, 2016

100Kin10 strongly encourages active collaboration among partners. We believe that partners can better recruit, train and support more excellent STEM teachers by working together.

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Urban Teachers: Collaboratively Developing Strategies to Support Elementary Math Teachers

July 14, 2016

At 100Kin10, we realize how daunting the challenges are when it comes to creating and implementing effective STEM teacher training strategies.

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Fresno Unified School District: Making Connections from Day One

July 14, 2016

The Unconference, as its name suggests, is not your typical conference.

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Three Questions with Maggie Reinbold, Director of Conservation Education at San Diego Zoo Global

July 6, 2016

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