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Student Success as a Function of Entrepreneurial Teacher Leadership in STEM Teaching and Learning: A Working Model

Abstract

There have been increasingly urgent and well justified calls for transforming precollege education for the purpose of maintaining the US competitiveness and leadership in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Central to such a transformation, we believe, is a new generation of entrepreneurial STEM teacher leaders empowered with the mindset and skills to envision, enact, and realize innovations aimed at improving learning for all students. In this session, an interdisciplinary research team attempts to integrate multi-threaded conceptual and empirical studies aimed at building theory for informing systemic, long-term professional growth programs and partnerships aimed at developing entrepreneurial K-12 STEM teacher leaders which will ultimately increase opportunities for student success in STEM education.


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