Israel Joins the Power of STEM Learning Ecosystems With the Support of U.S. Leaders
The TIES-led Initiative Continues Its Impact Globally // CISION PR Newswire
CLEVELAND, Dec. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — More than 125 leaders from education, business and industry, government, philanthropy, non-profits and after-school organizations met in Tel Aviv, Israel on November 22 to launch a STEM Learning EcosystemsSM (SLE) Community of Practice, mirroring the success of SLE’s in the United States. Led by TIES, a global STEM workforce and education consultant, SLE’s are built on more than a decade of investment in the power of collaborative action among multi-disciplinary partners.