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Bringing together top K-20 STEM specialists and experts from education, government and industry, SmartBrief Education's Annual STEM Pathways Summit is a high-powered, one-day event that explores real-world ways to address the issue of students' STEM skills gaps and guide them toward careers in STEM fields.

This year, participants will learn about cutting-edge practices, trends, resources and tools. Attendees will develop a STEM toolkit, build a learning network with colleagues and share success stories and lessons learned, all while getting the latest strategic insights in STEM.

Breakout sessions on topics such as:
● STEAM and the Whole Child
● Immersive Learning
● Whole-school STEAM
● Student-led STEAM

Check out the updated agenda here.

Who Should Attend?

  • K-20 Career and Technical Educators
  • K-20 STEM Specialists
  • College & Career Readiness Professionals
  • Talent Acquisition & Development Professionals
  • STEM and Career Association/Organization Representatives
  • Government Agency Representatives
  • Industry Representatives

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SmartBrief Education's 4th Annual STEM Pathways Summit

Today’s students are tomorrow’s workforce, and tomorrow’s workforce will require STEM knowledge. Demand for such skills is expected to grow, a trend that will call on leaders to ready students for working in a STEM-driven society. Education and business leaders nationwide are stepping up to this challenge. This issue of SmartReport on STEM highlights such individuals and how they are making a difference. View it now.

SmartBrief Education 4th Annual STEM Pathways Summit

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Meet the Speakers

Angela DeHart
Family & Consumer Science Teacher
Fairfax County Public Schools (VA)
Lindsey Gardner
Director of External Relations
STEM Education Coalition
Rachael Mann
Managing Director
#TeachlikeTED
Andrew Potter
Chief Academic Officer
Envision
Pam Moran
Superintendent
Albemarle County
Public Schools (VA)
Tracy Wagner
Director of Teaching
and Learning
Ipswich Public
Schools (MA)