Developments at the intersection of accessible technologies are changing the way students learn. We want to fund paradigm-shifting questions and ideas about STEM education and how it can be improved such that efforts are sustainable at different scales and civically responsible.
Science Lead: Justice Toshiba Walker
We're looking for ideas that are knowledge advancing. We are seeking proposals from individuals and organizations who have creative ideas for re-imagining the next century of STEM education toward: creative innovation, occupational attainment, and/or critical literacy.
The goal of this grant program is to support questions, experiments and projects that will promote: (i) how we understand STEM learning, (ii) intellectually diverse learner participation, engagement and persistence, and/or (iii) STEM education outcomes that support field advancement, workforce development, as well as ethical planetary and cultural stewardship. We are especially interested in proposals that:
If you have a new and innovative idea for improving how we the world understands or enacts STEM education, we encourage you to apply for this grant opportunity. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of students and help build a stronger, more equitable society.