The 4 E’s of ISA
Spurs partnerships and engages K-12 and higher education, business, government, philanthropy and the community to amplify STEM teaching and learning opportunities for students across the country.
Defines what quality STEM teaching and learning looks like and connects state networks and partners across the country to accelerate the spread of universally transformative STEM educational practices and policies to reach more students.
Promotes sharing of high-quality STEM resources and tools that span STEM teaching and learning, quality metrics, policy and advocacy, communication and community engagement, and state network planning all to increase student achievement.
Redefines learning outcomes, enriches academics and curriculums, promotes creative and entrepreneur skills and raises better informed citizens.