MiSTEM Network: #3 Wayne Region

Ensuring that every student can thrive in the regional STEM economy

Progress During the Pandemic

Our regional STEM Network is excited about the progress we have made during the pandemic as highlighted in our Impact Report and our updated Informational Flyer.

Governor's MiSTEM Advisory Council

Plans for 2021-22

The Governor’s MiSTEM Advisory Council has established three priorities that will move Michigan forward in 2021-22:

  1. Strengthen the Network to address disparities and inspire new, dynamic ways of learning in and out of the classroom.
    • Address disparities across the system
    • Continue the development of problem-, place- and project-based learning
    • Inspire learning through community partnerships
  2. Contribute to the COVID-19 response, helping educators and students transition and reimagine diverse learning environments.
    • Be responsive while focusing on essential/resilient careers
    • Collaborate, particularly through (Research-Practice Partnership) RPP, to provide tools to support diverse environments where students are learning
  3. Elevate the need for computer science and provide access to programming, which will help an entire pipeline of students find achievement and success in high-demand, high-wage careers of tomorrow.
    • Award grant funds to support computer science
    • Collaborate with partners to systematically increase access to computer science

Our work revolves around four pillars of STEM education:

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Creating a STEM Culture

by building STEM awareness and promoting opportunities

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Empowering STEM Teachers

by building STEM awareness and promoting opportunities

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Integrating Business and Education

to provide authentic STEM experiences for students and teachers

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Ensuring High-Quality STEM Experience

that promote the region’s STEM workforce