100Kin10 is connecting institutions from the public and private sectors, as well as government agencies, to solve “one of our country’s most pressing challenges – giving kids a great STEM education – by adding 100,000 more, excellent STEM teachers to America’s classrooms by 2021,” an initiative that has received support from the Trust.
100Kin10 has identified a set of long-term systemic problems in STEM education and is taking steps to address what they call “Grand Challenges.”
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“In the booming arena of education philanthropy, there are some pretty staunch ideological outlooks driving giving. One of the most compelling things about 100Kin10—a national network established to support K-12 STEM teacher training—is that it doesn’t have one fixed strategy for tackling the shortage.”