Restoring America's Position as a World Leader by Reinvesting in STEM Read More Working Together at a Laptop San Antonio Superintendent Shares Vision With TIES’ Founder Jan Morrison READ MORE STEM Talks Logo Join e-space, a series of master classes intended to leverage knowledge Learn More e-space logo The enduring appeal and value of the SLECOP approach to collaboration and empowerment resulted in several compelling applications from communities throughout the USA. We are thrilled to bring six new STEM Learning Ecosystems into the Community of Practice: DO STEM of Dayton, Ohio; NJ-NEST of Bergen County, NJ; the Greater Milwaukee STEM Ecosystem; MiSTEM Network serving the entire state of Michigan; Silicon Valley STEM Ecosystem in Silicon Valley, CA; and Utah STEM Ecosystem, serving the Salt Lake City region.

The SLECoP now includes STEM Learning Ecosystems in 40 states as well as Kenya, Israel, Mexico and Canada.

Congratulations! The SLECOP welcomes you and looks forward to helping you learn and share with us.
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The Power of the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice

We are proud to launch STEM@Home™, a virtual collection of resources, webinars and workshops intended to help families keep learning going for their children while schools and other activities are suspended.

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Participating STEM Learning Ecosystems

Community of Practice

Community of Practice (International)

Every young person should have access to rich, connected learning opportunities

What if we tried a new strategy to ensure all young people reach their potential in STEM?

Learn about the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice and the 94 communities across the globe demonstrating strong cross-sector collaborations to make this reality.

For questions, please contact us at info@stemecosystems.org.

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