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Delaware STEM Council & DFSME

In the simplest of terms, this Council was created to evaluate the state of STEM education in our schools and recommend ways to improve it.  Our goals are to:

  • Expand the number of Delaware students who ultimately pursue advanced degrees and careers in STEM fields and broaden the participation of women and minorities in these fields.
  • Expand the STEM capable workforce to create, grow and attract STEM related businesses to Delaware.
  • Increase STEM literacy for all Delaware students including those who pursue non-STEM related careers, but need STEM skills.

The STEM Council membership is intended to comprise all aspects of the STEM economy in the state of Delaware. The highly qualified individuals that form the Council represent every corner of the State. They are a mix of everything from educators, school administrators, technology employers, business leaders and government officials and much more.   Judson Wagner, STEM Coordinator for the Brandywine School District, and Dr. Teri Quinn Gray from DuPont serve as Co-Chairs of the Council and Daniel Suchenski serves as its Executive Director.

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