Nominate STEM teacher leaders for the 100Kin10 Teacher Forum!
- November 26–December 13
We launched the 100Kin10 Teacher Forum to hear directly from STEM teachers about what’s happening “on the ground” in classrooms and schools across the country. Members point us to real-time insights by bringing to the surface the ideas, observations, and insights that STEM teachers are experiencing daily.
We are looking for leading STEM teachers to join the 2020 Teacher Forum. In particular, we are seeking a racially diverse cohort. What we learn through the Teacher Forum informs how we address the Grand Challenges, and it’s important that we’re hearing regularly from a greater diversity of perspectives and lived experiences.
Learn more about the nuts and bolts of the Teacher Forum and nominate up to three teachers by December 13th.
Questions? Email Pomai Verzon at pomai@100Kin10.org.
Share Your Ideas for our Next Moonshot Goal
- Join us for a virtual conversation on December 11th to share what would inspire you to keep working on the STEM teacher shortage in the coming years.
- December 11 1:00pm to 2:00pm ET
100Kin10 launched with a decade-long moonshot goal of preparing 100,000 excellent STEM teachers by 2021. With just over two years remaining, we are on track to reach — and exceed — our shared goal on time.
But we know that ending the STEM teacher shortage will take us beyond our original 100,000 goal. This understanding is what prompted us to map the Grand Challenges underlying the STEM teacher shortage and to begin to tackle these systemic challenges as a network.
We are now beginning to plan for what comes next after we reach the 100,000 goal in 2021. We are starting with the question: What should be our next, bold moonshot goal that brings us toward ending the STEM teacher shortage and that we aim for together?
We want to hear your ideas! Join us for a conversation on December 11 at 1pm ET to share what would inspire you to keep working on the STEM teacher shortage in the coming years.