How might we vastly increase the number of underrepresented students who continue along STEM pathways as they navigate our educational systems? Why are so many students kicked off these paths?
STEM++ proposes a big framework change — improving the “who” of STEM education by challenging the “how” and “why” of STEM teaching and learning.
Starting in 2015, we’ve held conferences and gatherings both in the Bay Area and in Philadelphia, building up ecosystems of advisors, practitioners, and advocates. In 2017, we have started working on developing new tools for students and their advocates including gathering and publishing more research on STEM pathway challenges and strategies. We’re currently planning our 2018 gatherings, so if you want to know more, please subscribe to our mailing list.