Yvette Selby: #MySummitStory

June 4, 2022

If you know me, you know when I have a chance to advocate for opportunities in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) field – I’m there.  So, in 2017, when a friend of mine shared about an upcoming parent-led event (the 2017 PAVE Parent Policy Summit) that would include conversations about STEM programs, I […]

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Kat Zambon: We’re lucky and okay, but we still deserve better

March 1, 2021

My family is lucky because virtual learning is okay. But it’s just that: okay. My daughter likes her teacher and participates in class often. We have stable internet and her school provided her with an iPad. My daughter’s teacher also gave us a tote bag filled with supplies that we can dig through during class, […]

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