Ensuring that every student can thrive in the regional STEM economy

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

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Detroit regional chamber meeting

At the Detroit regional chamber of commerce meeting yesterday, employment gains by education level was shared. Please see the photos. The largest gains in jobs in our economy from 2007 to 2018 were for people with a bachelors degree or higher.

Also, the 10 fastest growing occupations from 2014 to 2018 were dominated by stem. The only non-stem occupation was transportation and material moving that is predominately truck drivers. ...And that will be replaced by autonomous vehicles as is already occurring in California and Arizona. There are already autonomous vehicles that transport material goods.
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Dr. Nikolai Vitti, Superintendent of Detroit Public Schools Community District, describes improvement in student outcomes at the Detroit Regional Chamber state of education event today. ... See MoreSee Less

Dr. Nikolai Vitti, Superintendent of Detroit Public Schools Community District, describes improvement in student outcomes at the Detroit Regional Chamber state of education event today.Image attachmentImage attachment
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