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Match

Match STEM learning pathways to the changing needs of STEM higher education and workforce.

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Connect

Connect preK-12 STEM learning, in and out-of-school, to post-secondary and STEM career opportunities.

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Opportunities

Ensure young people have opportunities to meet and build mentoring relationships with STEM professionals from similar backgrounds who serve as role models. STEM Learning Ecosystems

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Assess

Assess what young people know and are able to do in diverse ways that are understood and respected across settings. New assessment strategies include use

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Ensure parents

Ensure parents and guardians have the capacity to support their children’s STEM success by understanding the pathways to further STEM education and careers and accessing

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Nurture young

Nurture young people’s “STEM identity,” or self-perception of competence in STEM. STEM Learning Ecosystems can do this by engaging them in challenging, relevant problem-solving on

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Actively engage

Actively engage young people in science, engineering and mathematical practices, as detailed in the Next Generation Science Standards and other similar state standards for science

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Encourage

Encourage young people to experience the joy of learning and the rewards of persistence through unhurried opportunities to tinker, experiment and explore areas of interest.

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Provide experiences

Provide experiences in multiple settings that enable young people to build complex skills, including how to design, test and revise solutions to real-world problems, and

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Equip all

Equip all STEM educators to understand the multiple learning contexts of young people and successfully lead them in active, collaborative and rigorous learning.

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