President Obama Announces 100Kin10 Has Commitments To The Full 100,000 New STEM Teacher Goal

100Kin10 joined with President Obama today, on National Teacher Appreciation Day, to announce that it has secured the commitments to train 100,000 new, excellent science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) teachers by 2021, achieving a major milestone in the ambitious goal laid out by the President five years ago. As of today’s announcement, the 100Kin10 network of 280+ national partners has collectively pledged more than $90 million to support the development and ongoing support of 100,000 new STEM teachers; and 30,000 new teachers have already been trained. The President highlighted today’s achievement as a feature of his legacy on education.

Read the full press release here and the White House’s official fact sheet here. See an overview of the biggest impediments our partners are facing to reach that goal here.

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