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March 15, 2017: 4-5 pm EST
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STEM schools can be engines of academic achievement and innovation. But how do you build them well? And build them to last.

In our next webinar, we’ll be joined by Dorothy Earle, Wes Hall, and Denise Devora. Each represent a state who’s published tools for building great STEM schools. All three tools have been certified by STEMx and were recently featured in our revamp of the STEMx website.

Panelists

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Dorothy Earle, Education Specialist with S²TEM Centers in South Carolina: In this role since June, 2008 she designs and facilitates STEM professional learning experiences for educators at the classroom and leadership levels. She further supports STEM education by collaborating on the development of tools to assess and guide STEM implementation. The tools highlight the key characteristics of highly effective STEM schools and provide users with a pathway for progress. Wes Hall, Director of the Tennessee STEM Innovation Network: Wes has a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s in Public Administration from University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He is a member of the university’s Young Alumni Council and serves on the Tennessee Department of Education’s STEM Leadership Council, the Personalized Learning Taskforce, and the board of Tennessee Scholars. Denise Devora, Deputy Director of Programs for the Educate Texas T-STEM initiative: Ms. Devora has more than 14 years of higher education experience and has worked in the private and public sector of universities and colleges. Before joining Educate Texas, she worked as the Director of Dual Credit and Tech Prep and as the Early College High School Liaison for Mountain View College. As the Director of Dual Credit/Tech Prep, Ms. Devora was an integral part of forming the early college high school from implementation to the first graduating class.

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Register with Webex here.

About these webinars

Every month, we organize an opportunity for STEM organizations to learn from each other. Past webinars have covered STEM school design, teacher training, and engaging industry in STEM partnerships. This service is offered thanks to your state’s membership in the national STEMx network.

STEMx members are encouraged to forward this invitation to others in their state who would find the information useful.

You can sign up to hear about our webinars along with our weekly blog posts here: www.stemx.us/sign-up

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