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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A partnership expanding STEM education that serves as a “metaphor for how the world should work”

May 4, 2017

President Clinton on the difference creative cooperation can make on a child’s future.

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'Do Not Underestimate' the Power of High-Quality STEM Teachers, Bill Clinton Says

April 26, 2017

Education Week Teacher features a piece on the 100Kin10 Summit, where nearly 300 partner organizations came together to collaborate, be inspired, and hear from special guests, including President Bill Clinton.

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Bill Clinton Reiterates Obama’s Commitment to Add 100,000 STEM Teachers to the Workforce

April 26, 2017

EdSurge features a piece on the 100Kin10 Summit, a collaborative learning session where nearly 300 partners came together to be inspired by each other’s work and special guests, including President Bill Clinton.

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Why It’s Vital For Our Children To See Their Teachers Standing Up For Science

April 21, 2017

100Kin10 Founder and Executive Director Talia Milgrom-Elcott encourages teachers to march in the March for Science to model the real-world education our children deserve.

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100Kin10 Nominated for a 2017 Diversity in Tech Award

April 11, 2017

100Kin10 is honored to be nominated for a 2017 Diversity in Tech Award. The awards illuminate the diversity gap in tech and more importantly, its solvability for leaders in tech, government, and education.

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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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100Kin10 Partners Prepare 40,000+ STEM Teachers in the First Five Years of the Effort

March 21, 2017

100Kin10 partners have together trained over 40,000 STEM teachers in the first five years of the ten-year effort.

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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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100Kin10 is hiring!

February 22, 2017

100Kin10 seeks three talented individuals to join the team.

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Partners Selected to Receive $2.4 Million to Improve Early Childhood STEM Ed

January 26, 2017

THE Journal announces Early Childhood STEM Learning Challenge recipients.

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100Kin10 Announces New Grantees in Early-Childhood STEM

January 25, 2017

Ed Week features 100Kin10 Early Childhood STEM Education Challenge grant recipients.

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100Kin10 Announces Recipients of Early Childhood STEM Learning Challenge Grants

January 24, 2017

100Kin10 announces 10 recipients of Early Childhood STEM Learning Challenge grants, totaling $2.4 million in funding.

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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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What’s Your Big Idea? Introducing Project Teams

January 12, 2017

Over the next few months, Project Teams will form as small groups of partners working together on a specific, time-bound project connected to a root cause.

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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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Spotlight on New Leaders: Developing Leaders Effectively with Job-Embedded Development and Assessment

December 16, 2016

Last week, New Leaders hosted a virtual conversation with partners about their Emerging Leaders work and how they’ve integrated job-embedded development and assessment into the program.

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Finding Success in Failure: STEM Educators Say Student Risk-Taking Is Key to Real-World Learning

December 14, 2016

The 74 highlights the second iteration of the 100Kin10 Fellowship, which focused on supporting active STEM learning in grades P-3, and its efforts to create space for risk-taking in the classroom.

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100Kin10 Announces Participants in 3rd Annual Fellowship Program

December 13, 2016

Twenty-six individual representatives from nine 100Kin10 partner organizations have been selected to participate in 100Kin10’s third annual Fellowship Program. This year’s challenge: empowering teachers to experiment.

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Favorite #MindblowingSTEM ideas announced!

December 13, 2016

Over the last 10 weeks, in partnership with the IDEO Teachers Guild and others, 100Kin10 has worked with teachers across the country to generate #MindblowingSTEM ideas.

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Bringing teachers into the policymaking process

December 13, 2016

The Hill features an op-ed by Rep. Mike Honda of California’s 17th District and Talia Milgrom-Elcott, Executive Director and Co-founder of 100Kin10, on why teacher input is crucial to policymaking and how we might bring them into the fold.

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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.