100Kin10, a multi-sector network committed to training a hundred thousand science, technology, engineering, and math teachers by 2021, has announced thirty-one new partner organizations.
With the announcement, the network, which was founded in 2011 by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and Opportunity Equation, an initiative of Carnegie and the Institute for Advanced Study, now has nearly two hundred partners working to expand the number and quality of STEM teachers in the U.S. New partners include the College of Engineering at Boston University, the E3 Alliance, the School of Education at Mills College, the MIND Research Institute, the National Writing Project, and the Technology Access Foundation.
In January, 100Kin10 launched its third fund with $5 million from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Overdeck Family Foundation, and JPMorgan Chase. To date, 100Kin10 funding partners have committed more than $57 million in support of efforts to prepare all students with the high-quality STEM education and skills needed for success in college and the workplace and awarded more than a hundred grants totaling over $31 million.
For a complete list of 100Kin10 partner organizations, visit the 100Kin10 Web site.