Working together to improve schools, effect policy, and re-envision the future of STEM teaching and learning.


This month's theme, moderated by K. Renae Pullen, will examine ways elementary teachers can leverage their expertise and experience to help students wonder and be curious as they explore the natural world and design solutions to real world problems that matter to them.

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Aug 16 2022
In this webinar, Dr. Luis Leyva presents findings from his research on the experiences of mathematics instruction among students from historically marginalized groups to illustrate how classroom practices reinforce and disrupt exclusionary constructions of ability.Learn More
Aug 26 2022
Join CASEL and collaborators for insights on prioritizing academic, social, and emotional learning for all students across all school contexts.Learn More
Sep 15 2022
Join the Board on Science Education on September 15th from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm in Washington, DC for a public event to discuss the recent report Science and Engineering in Preschool Through Elementary Grades: The Brilliance of Children and the Strengths of Educators.Learn More