The STEM Education Coalition represents the broadest and most unified voice in advocating for policies to improve STEM education at all levels. As an alliance of more than 500 business, professional, and education organizations, our Coalition works aggressively to raise awareness in Congress, the Administration, and other organizations about the critical role that STEM education plays in enabling the U.S. to remain the economic and technological leader of the global marketplace of the 21st century.
Members of the Coalition’s Leadership Council:
Our Coalition’s Leadership Council sets the policy agenda and overall objectives for the group and plays an active role in direct advocacy with policymakers. Council members support the organization through annual membership dues.
- American Chemical Society
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- Microsoft Corporation
- Education Development Center, Inc.
- Hands-On Science Partnership
- American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
- Business-Higher Education Forum
- American Society for Engineering Education
- Time Warner Cable
- The Alliance for Science and Technology Research in America
- National Association of Manufacturers
- Afterschool Alliance
- Education Testing Service, ETS
- Entertainment Industries Council
- Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, APLU
- Illinois Math and Science Academy/Committee for the Advancement of STEM Speciality Schools
- Cable in the Classroom
- Campaign for Environmental Literacy
- American Society of Civil Engineers
- Association for Computing Machinery
- American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
- American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture
- Project Lead the Way
- American Statistical Association
- Texas Instruments
See the Coalition’s By-Laws.
Any organizations can become a non-dues-paying and non-voting Affiliate member of the Coalition and be listed on our website and receive periodic emails with updates on STEM issues. Our Affiliate members represent advocates from over 500 diverse organizations including knowledge workers, researchers, educators, scientists, engineers, technicians, and representatives from the business community.