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2022 PubBriefcase Issue 06 – Global STEM Leadership Alliance Summit Report by Kelli List-Wells

I was reflecting on the progress of integrate STEM and instantly District 6 in New York City came to mind. They are transforming teaching and learning through integrative STEM. This summer, at the Global STEM Leadership Alliance (SLA) Summit, District 6 presented their work. The goal of the summit was to bring innovative solutions to break down the barriers that typically occur within STEM. STEM is often taught in silos and is mainly in the science classes; SLA wants to integrate STEM across all the disciplines...

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2022 PubBriefcase Issue 04 – US High-Skilled Immigration Policy Reduces STEM Workforce Diversity by Dr. Ronil Hira

We all experience the market effects of a product shortage: prices rise. Over the past year gasoline prices have risen dramatically in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The basic laws of supply and demand tell us that when demand outstrips supply prices rises, and conversely when supply outstrips demand prices fall. But more than just price is impacted.

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2022 PubBriefcase Issue 03 – Re-envisioning Education by Kelli List-Wells

Schools have gone through changes during the pandemic, they not only adjusted but persevered during this time. I have been reflecting on the transformation in education. In my previous role as executive director of education and skills I was at the center of various reforms. The work I directed at the time started with a three-pronged approach:

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2022 PubBriefcase Issue 01 – The Enigma of Motivation by van Dreil

In my article “Inspired STEM and STE(A)M Leaders Teach, From the Inside-Out” I made a comparison between how a computer company like Apple sells its products and how we can apply that simple rule to our way of teaching and inspire young people more. This time I want to tell you a different story. I want to tell you a hard-headed, evidence-based story for rethinking how we teach today and, maybe…just maybe you might not like to hear this awful tasting medicine.

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