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STEM Council Pecha Kucha

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  • 1. Education is rapidly becoming a $1 trillion industry,representing 10% of Americas GNP and second in sizeonly to the health care industry. Education Industry Association
  • 2. 2/3rds of middle school students we work with say science is theirfavorite subject. Yet, very few are pursuing science in college. Whatis killing their love of science?
  • 3. 40% of students that start HS in Texas dont graduate.40% of our Texas HS graduates are not college ready.
  • 4. Education is the process by which society deliberatelytransmits its accumulated knowledge, skills, and values fromone generation to another. Wikipedia
  • 5. 21st century businesses are not developed in silos.Current US schooling is based on Industrial Age model. Teachingwidgets, not students.
  • 6. Great teachers teach students... not subjects.
  • 7. Cultural Capitalsum of all ones knowledge andexperiences that makes them morelikely to be successful at somethingthan someone who has not had thoseexperiences.French Sociologist - Pierre Bourdieu
  • 8. Theres no Rich Uncle to turn to...
  • 9. Teacher Stipends - $1000
  • 10. Professional & Graduate Mentors to support teachersand work collaboratively with students as they buildportfolios.
  • 11. Field Trips, Tours & Job Shadowing
  • 12. On-line Portfolios
  • 13. 100 Portfolios, 20 Summer Jobs
  • 14. Double Bottom Line Ventures
  • 15. Host a tour or be a guest speaker (1 - 2hrs)
  • 16. Judge on-line portfolios. (2 - 4hrs)
  • 17. Hire students to work for your business or cause.
  • 18. Join the E4 Youth Board of Directors.
  • 19. e4youth.com@e4youthcarl@e4youth.com@carlsettles

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