STEM Learning Ecosystems Reflect on the Accomplishments of 2020-2021

In 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold of our national consciousness, families, educators, and community stakeholders rallied the power of their STEM Learning Ecosystem for inspiration and to fill community needs.

After nearly two years of extraordinary work during a global crisis, the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice’s mandate is clear.

With 94 ecosystems, each with its own unique structure and focus, SLECoP is continuing its mission to facilitate effective communications among the ecosystems and their community partners.

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STEM Learning
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School Districts Representing Rural, Urban and Suburban Areas
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PreK-12 Teachers & Informal Educators
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Informal & Out-of-School Time Partners
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Philanthropic, Business & Industry Partners
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Hours cultivating regional STEM Learning Ecosystems

Participating STEM Learning Ecosystems

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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 100 communities across the globe demonstrating strong cross-sector collaborations to make this reality.