STEM: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATH
In 2005, former Supervisors Mark Church and Rose Jacobs Gibson established the Math and Science Workgroup and Innovation programs to promote and improve student achievement and teacher excellence in math and science employing creative strategies to engage and inspire students.
Currently, Supervisors Carole Groom and Warren Slocum Co-Chair the Math and Science Workgroup and Innovation programs. The workgroup continues to encourages collaborations between the County, Cities, schools and businesses to build a strong workforce responsive to changes and demands in STEM innovation.
A funding opportunity is currently available for the 2018-19 academic year:
2018-19 Math and Science Teacher Innovation application has been released: MSTI Application. Deadline November 1, 2018
Awarded: 2018-19 STEM Out-of-School STEM AWARDS