Working Together to Make Michigan a World Leader in STEM
The MiSTEM Network – which is connecting education, business and community partners across the state – is working to transform the way Michigan does STEM.
Established by the Michigan Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (MiSTEM) Advisory Council, the MiSTEM Network is a new vision for inspiring 21st-century, STEM-equipped students, educators and workers.
Through 16 regional hubs focused on identifying and addressing STEM education needs across the state, we support opportunities for every student to experience project-based learning that allows them to use STEM skills to address authentic challenges in their communities.
“Our plan is for every K-12 student and educator in Michigan to have access to inspiring STEM learning opportunities that will not only spark creativity, but also cultivate an innovative workforce for tomorrow.” – Megan Schrauben, executive director
Here’s how we’re building STEM in Michigan:
- Creating a STEM culture
- Empowering STEM teachers
- Integrating business and education
- Ensuring high-quality STEM experiences
Per Public Act 108 of 2017 Section 99r, the MiSTEM Network Plan was submitted by the MiSTEM Network Committee on December 1, 2017. In order to view the full functionality of the report, we recommend that readers view it electronically.
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