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ROADMAP TO STEM SUCCESS

From Cradle to Career

In 2012, the Gateways East Bay STEM Network regional partnership, convened by the Institute, issued a report that defined a “roadmap for success” for all students pursuing STEM studies. This roadmap, the product of two years of work by P-20 educators as well as business and community leaders, defined Institute priorities that continue today. Importantly, the roadmap addresses the entire student experience, including not only academic achievement benchmarks, but also student, family, and school support.

Academic Achievement
• Enters post-secondary "College Ready"
Student, Family, & School Support
• Develops time and stress management skills
• Engages in community and campus
• Has sufficient financial aid
• Internships begin
• Graduates from college "Career Ready"
college
Academic Achievement
• Has qualified math and science teachers
• Completes four years of "Quantitative Reasoning" coursework
• Completes college preparatory coursework (A-G requirements)
• Graduates from high school
10th grade
9th grade
Academic Achievement
• Has qualified math and science teachers
• Begins work-based learning continuum of experience
• Adopts flexible college and/or career plan
8th grade
Academic Achievement
• Has qualified math and science teachers
• Passes Algebra I
Student, Family, & School Support
• Receives guidance from a non-parent mentor
7th grade
Academic Achievement
• Has qualified math and science teachers
Student, Family, & School Support
• Participates in community and social organizations
3rd grade
Academic Achievement
• Has qualified math and science teachers
• Math at grade level
• English at grade level
Student, Family, & School Support
• Attain social and emotional competence
4-7 years
Academic Achievement
• Has qualified math and science teachers
• Receives early exposure to STEM
• Enters school "Ready to Learn"
• Improves reading skills
Student, Family, & School Support
• Parents will increase their knowledge of early childhood development
• Develops empathy and cooperation
• Practices healthy behavior
1-3 years
Academic Achievement
• Stimulates brain and behavior
• Develops motor and perceptual skills
• Acquires language and builds vocabulary
Student, Family, & School Support
• Parental knowledge of early development increases
• Has strong parent-child communication
• Builds self-awareness and self-regulation
cradle
career