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Washington STEM: Advocacy Season 2021
With the 2021 Washington legislative underway, Washington STEM, alongside our STEM Network partners, will continue to advance our policy priorities with Washington students of color, students from low-income backgrounds, and rural students at the center of those efforts. Read More
Get to know Véronique Paquette – Teacher, STEM Advocate, and Notable Woman in STEM
Véronique Paquette has been an educator and science advocate for 33 years. In addition to teaching kindergarten and second grade, she has worked with the Northwest Educational Service District (ESD) and NASA to train other teachers on how to incorporate science in their classrooms. Véronique currently teaches second grade in Wenatchee, Washington. Read More
Washington State Early Learning & Care: Where Historic Underinvestment Meets National Health Crisis
Washington state's child care and early education systems were already in crisis before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that these systems have been further strained, what can be done to bolster and reimagine early learning to provide the high-quality care and positive learning interactions children need for positive outcomes in school and beyond? Read More
Data, Partnership, and Impact: Washington STEM and Washington Employment Security Department
Collaboration and partnership are key tenents of Washington STEM and are essential to our success. In our latest blog, we highlight our partnership and data work with Washington Employment Security Department. Read More