The Advanced Education Research and Development Fund (AERDF) is a national nonprofit initiative that supports ambitious Inclusive R&D programs designed to tackle intractable teaching and learning challenges that disproportionately affect Black and Latino students and students of all races experiencing poverty.
One8 Foundation and their Mass STEM Hub team worked closely with us throughout the year to strengthen ST Math implementation and combat student learning loss.
Verizon continued their support of ST Math within Verizon Innovative Learning, a program that works to help foster digital inclusion. All children should have access to technology and quality STEM education.
John Deere Foundation announced it will invest $200 million over the next 10 years in initiatives that will bring to life John Deere's higher purpose: We run so life can leap forward. As part of its 10-year commitment, the Foundation will invest $100 million in the families and youth who live, work, and learn in John Deere's home communities...
Phillips 66 knows that today’s youth are the future leaders of the energy industry. That’s why they invest in fueling students’ interests in mathematics and other STEM subjects.
Cisco and the Cisco Foundation partner with nonprofit organizations around the world, including MIND, helping to solve global problems through cash grants, technology, and shared expertise.
MIND partnered with Rockwell Automation for Milwaukee Math Week, and the response was overwhelming. In addition to 100,000+ minutes of math activities engaged in, there were over 1,000 families who participated overall.
The mission of the William E Hixson Foundation is to inspire learning. Focused on the many ways that small, incremental change can help create positive impact, the Foundation keeps an eye on the big picture and supports actions that help to make a difference in STEAM education.
Cisco is harnessing the power of technology to accelerate global problem solving and create better opportunities for all. They have partnered with MIND for over a decade to champion not only ST Math, but the efforts behind the program as well. Cisco provides tools and equipment, as well as communications and networking support to MIND’s staff. Their support ensures that the user experience for students and educators is continually advancing and improving. This year, Cisco furthered their support by adding Senior Director of Corporate Affairs, Mary deWysocki, to MIND’s board of directors.