Building Pathways for Students of Color in P ....

Building Pathways for Students of Color in Public Works Webinar
Thursday 7/9, 10am PST

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Technology Access Foundation (6th-12th Grades)
We build collaborative relationships with public education to create access to transformative systems of learning for students and teachers of color to eliminate race-based disparity in an increasingly diverse society. TAF uses STEM education as a tool for realizing social change and educational equality in communities of color and those with low income.

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UW Instructional Center Impact (Higher Ed)
To serve the current student demand and position the University to meet the surging demographic growth of low-income, minority and first generation students in the state of Washington, we have set an ambitious goal to increase the number of students we can annually serve at the IC from 2,000 to 7,000 with an endowment goal of $25 million. 

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