The STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice developed five major recommendations for how the Biden-Harris administration, as well as individual states, can improve STEM learning for all.
TOP RECOMMENDATIONS ARE:Foster collaboration to engage, leverage and link all relevant community resources – adoption of the STEM Learning Ecosystems model.
- Introduce a collaboratively-designed performance-based system to ensure quality and alignment with strong post-secondary and/or STEM careers.
- Support a diverse, well-prepared, and high quality teaching workforce, and ensure their involvement and leadership with students, administrators and higher education faculty.
- Encourage long-term student participation in STEM by increasing its visibility, relevance, connections to the real-world and community and global challenges.
- Build a strong early learning system.