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Not Enough Latinos in STEM, Por Que?

Education leadership today, from the classroom level through superintendency, does not reflect nearly the same depth of diversity as our student population--in race, gender, or grade level teaching background. Research shows that there is a lack of Latino tech talent available, and how it begins in K-12. Join us to discuss the ways teachers, schools and other community stakeholders can ensure we create the support for young Latino and other underrepresented students to be successful in STEM.

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  1. The issues affecting the success of Latino students in STEM
  2. What teachers and schools can do, especially now that schools are virtual to help close the gap
  3. Why it’s important to focus on STEM education for Latinos and other underrepresented minorities in K-12



Carlos Zavala, Senior Associate, Whiteboard Advisors

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