Acting Locally (ESAL) is a nationwide organization dedicated to increasing local government and community engagement by people with backgrounds in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
In Part 1 of this series, we will explore how local funding, policies, and environment interact to impact students’ educational experiences.
How policy and local context shape education
Confirmed Speakers for Panel 1:
Jeremy Babendure. PhD
Andrés Henríquez, M.Ed
Monica Taylor, PhD
In Part 2, we will discuss how STEM curricula can be designed to promote equity and justice in the classroom and beyond. Throughout both sessions, we will also provide advice and resources for people interested in getting involved in STEM education in their own communities.
How teaching and curriculum design can advance equity and justice in STEM
Confirmed Speakers for Panel 2:
Daniel Morales-Doyle, PhD
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