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STEM learning Ecosystems

STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice* The 68+ STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice (SLECoP) met in Cleveland, OH with over 400 in attendance. The SLECoP team members participated in peer to peer learning and top-notch plenary sessions. I was fortunate to present alongside a

Lights On Afterschool 20th Annivarsary

Lights On Afterschool 20th Anniversary *The Afterschool Alliancecelebrated its 20th year of Lights On Afterschool with more than 10,000events honoring the 10 million young people served in afterschool programsacross the country.Highlights of the event can be found here [http://www.afterschoolalliance.org/loa.cfm?utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_name=&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term=]. State by state data can be

Educating for American Democracy

blends a liberal arts education with civic education top repare 21st century leaders for American and international affairs,balancing study of classic ideas with outside-the-classroom learning experiences. The School also provides civic education programs such as apodcast (Keeping It Civil), the Arizona Constitution Project, and theCivic

Health Resources and Services Administration

The October 2019 MSI e-Bulletin, developed and distributed by the Health Resources and Services Administration, Office of Health Equity, is nowavailable.This issue of the MSI e-Bulletin includes important information about becoming an organ, eye, and tissue donor; recognition of Native American Heritage Month during the

U.S. Department of Defense

Special Announcement: The following message is sent on behalf of WiCyS andthe 7th National Women in CyberSecurity Conference (WiCyS 2020):Organized by the WiCyS organization, the 7th National Women inCybersecurity conference (WiCyS 2020) will be held on March 12-14, 2020 atDenver (Aurora), CO.Join us for the