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The STEM Ecosystems Initiative is built on over a decade of research into successful STEM collaborations, and seeks to nurture and scale effective science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning opportunities for all young people.

The 27 communities selected from across the United States for the initial cohort of a national Community of Practice have demonstrated cross-sector collaborations to deliver rigorous, effective pre-K-16 instruction in STEM learning. 

Learn about this important initiative from co-Founder, Gerald Solomon, Executive Director of the Samueli Foundation since 2008.  In this video, he is interviewed by Invention & Technology editor Edwin Grosvenor.

STEM Ecosystems interview

 

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