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Southeast Michigan STEM Alliance Overview

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A review of the plan for the Southeast Michigan STEM Alliance Overview led by the Michigan STEM Partnership

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Southeast Michigan STEM Alliance Overview

  1. 1. ALLIANCE LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN STEM LEARNING ECOSYSTEM ALLIANCE DRAFT LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE Conncccccccc REGIONAL LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MICHIGAN STEM PARTNERSHIP REGIONAL INPUT NETWORK Connected individuals and organizations providing input and feedback to the Leadership Council to gain the regional perspective on issues, needs, and initiatives. Connected through email and social media. Initiative 1 Landscape Mapping and Indexing Initiative 3 Innovation & Innovative Problem Solving Initiative 2 Under Represented Populations Other - TBD General oversight and accountability is held by the Michigan STEM Partnership Representatives include; Education (all levels), business, professional & community organizations, and government. Number of representatives to be determined. Should be high level decision makers. Chaired by Partnership Executive Director until group is self- reliant, directed, and functional. Each initiative will have an oversight committee with a chair from the Leadership Council and members from the input network Will include hundreds of contacts from all stakeholder groups and business sectors
  2. 2. STEM LEARNING ECOSYSTEM
  3. 3. STEM LEARNING ECOSYSTEM
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  8. 8. SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN STEM ALLIANCE
  9. 9. SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN STEM ALLIANCE • Seven Counties – Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw, Livingston, Genesee, St. Clair. 4.4 million residents – 48% of the state’s population SE Michigan Geographic School Information: • 94 PK-12 school districts, 1,471 public schools with 748,461 students, and approximately 32,500 PK-12 teachers (average ratio of 18-– 35:1) • 104,038 students are enrolled CTE programs statewide equaling 22% of high school population. The average completion rate is 33% statewide. • There are 23 early college programs within CTE statewide with 7,870 students enrolled • 112,018 (7%) student are home-schooled • The region hosts six Michigan Math and Science Centers serving the professional development and resources needs of public education
  10. 10. SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN STEM ALLIANCE General Regional Demographics: • Approximately 48% of the state population resides in this region. • Includes urban, suburban, and rural areas. • Is served by a common economic development agency, Automation Alley. Automation Alley is one of Michigan’s 17 SmartZones and functions as the primary economic incubator/accelerator. • Includes 2 college-based centers for advanced automotive technology and a university- based hub for advanced mobility technology • Is home to 11 fortune 500 companies, and has averaged over 65,000 new jobs each of the past 4 years. • 1.4 million jobs expected in the U.S in connected technologies by 2020. Michigan is expected to have 20% of these jobs in mobility/auto, healthcare, general manufacturing, cyber security and other industries.

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