The Untold Story Behind the Quest to Train 100,000 STEM Teachers

“Today, 100Kin10 has become a massive platform for collaboration that connects and empowers nearly 300 partner organizations. “We not only offer ideas, we offer empowerment for programs to connect with each other, share ideas and learn together, so that a great idea in one place can cascade through the network and expand its impact,” Milgrom-Elcott says.

The results speak for themselves. 40,000 STEM teachers have been trained in the last five years and President Obama’s once seemingly quixotic goal now looks like it will be achieved on time. 100Kin10 continues to vet and recruit new partners, widen and deepen connections. What started out as a simple idea, is now becoming a full-fledged movement.“

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