The California STEM Summit is the state’s foremost gathering of leaders from PK-12 formal and informal education, higher education, business and industry, government, and science-rich education institutions focused on STEM education. The Summit brings together these stakeholders to advance a common agenda for increasing quality, equity and innovation in STEM education throughout California.
Hosted by the California STEM Learning Network, this year’s invitation-only event will be held February 4, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency in Santa Clara, California.
Go to the register page and enter your invitation code to take advantage of early bird pricing until 11/30.
The theme of the 4th California STEM Summit is Engineering Action for Change - looking at the major systemic changes currently underway in California education, speakers and workshops will address:
- Quality STEM Learning Experiences: Ensuring that California’s new educational standards and accountability systems support more effective STEM teaching and learning, and that informal STEM learning opportunities are expanded and aligned to maximize student success.
- Great STEM Educators: Reshaping California’s teacher preparation programs, credentialing policies and professional development practices to ensure more educators are ready and well-supported to deliver rigorous and engaging STEM education.
- Innovative STEM networks: Building cross-sector partnerships that increase efficiency, innovation and sustainability of STEM education programs and practices.
All participants must pre-register. Go to the Register page for event location details or for information about the event waitlist.