A Conversation with James Brown from STEM Ed Policy Coalition
Where is equity and social justice and STEM with the new administration?
What are tangible next steps that leaders of STEM Learning Ecosystems can take to ensure that their interests are represented – and funded – by local, state and national government leaders?
How can ecosystem leaders access recovery dollars that will be flowing to states?
These are among the questions that James Brown, executive director of the STEM Ed Policy Coalition, answered Tuesday during a STEM Learning Ecosystems sponsored webinar.
Listen to the webinar here.
If you don’t have time to listen to the full webinar, here are some key takeaways:
- Reach out to the local, state and federal policy leaders who can help you learn what is needed and what ways ecosystems can support;
- A focus on racial equity and social justice is an administrative priority and makes good business sense;
- A focus on partnerships is a key focus for the administration.
In coming days, the TIES’ team will be sending out information about an upcoming conversation about how ecosystems may work together for an upcoming NSF grant opportunity.