New investments addressing a massive skill gap have the power to strengthen a globally-competitive workforce, prepare a generation of problem-solvers, and meet the data revolution head-on. Key players from philanthropy and industry are funding efforts to increase data literacy for every K-12 student. Join this panel to learn about how investments in innovative learning environments, talent development, and coalitions for change are building capacity and equitable pipelines for our modern world.
- Hear how and why funders are prioritizing data literacy in their investment portfolios.
- Explore specific investments and opportunities expanding data literacy and innovating on K-12 education to better meet unique student needs.
- Understand what data literacy looks like for diverse student populations, content areas, grade levels, and settings.
- Nancy Lue, Senior Director, Valhalla Foundation
- Sham Mustafa, Co-CEO & Co-Founder, Correlation One
- Evan Heit, Deputy Assistant Director (Acting), National Science Foundation
Lizzie Jones, Consultant, The Learning Agency
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