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Traveling Trunk Project

The Ecosystem is delighted to highlight the Climate Kids' Traveling Trunk project, an initiative that stemmed from a partnership between the Center for Climate Change and Climate Science Alliance.

Girl learning about addition on a white board

New Stanford research shows that sentences that frame one gender as the standard for the other can unintentionally perpetuate biases.

Girls building

Check out this informative article written by Linda Kekelis, the Family Engagement advisor for STEM NEXT and the Founder of Techbridge.

Engaging Youth

This post reaffirms the value of the STEM Learning Ecosystems network that shares valuable resources and information with each other. Read this post by Emily Dilger from the Bay Area STEM Ecosystem.

Drawing of a tool bag holding who you know, how you think, what you do, and who you know - your science capital

What is "science capital?"

Environmental Education Workshop Walk

The workshop focused on strategies and ways educators and teachers alike can incorporate engineering practices and thinking into student conservation activities and projects in their classrooms.

STEM meeting attendees

STEM Learning Ecosystems to equip its leaders with skills for building community and national networks that help youth reach educational and career success

Child and woman wearing goggles

The STEM ecosystem initiative cultivates and supports bringing together local stakeholders across education, science and business sectors to ensure all students have opportunities to develop the knowl

Community-Driven Innovation - Collaboration

A great TEDx talk by Kevin Sweeny titled "Community-Driven Innovation with Collective Impact" that is based off of the 2011 article by Mark Kramer and John Kania.