Check back in February to review 2013 tracks.
The 2012 Summit included five tracks that frame the most important aspects of the STEM issue and correspond to the five outcomes. Each Track had its own plenary introduction: either a panel, keynote or keynote conversation. Each track had several sub-topics addressed in breakout sessions. Leaders were responsible for driving each of the tracks to a set of concrete solutions.
The Demand Side: Industry and Jobs Today
“What Will It Take to Fill 3 Million Open STEM Jobs in 3 Years?”
The Supply Side: Education and America’s STEM Future
“Where Will the Next 10 Million STEM Workers Come From?”
Seeking the Best Return on Investment: Creating a Framework for STEM Longevity
“Celebrating Which Programs are Working, While Finding Consensus on Which Can Scale Up.”
Policy and Performance: Aligning Thinkers and Solvers
“Why the Evidence Shows that We Aren’t Doing Enough.”
Communications: Sparking a ‘Sputnik Moment‘
“How Do We Change the Nation’s Attitude and Show Why STEM Matters?”
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