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CalTAC Teacher Advisory Council

Policymakers and industry leaders alike in California exhort the need for a future workforce trained in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.

Such a workforce relies on a strong foundation of STEM training for K-14 students. As more policymakers debate new programs and instruments to increase STEM training in K-14 education in California, the need for first-hand input from teachers with current classroom experience was clear.

Given this emerging need, CCST helped give California STEM teachers a new voice by creating the California Teacher Advisory Council (CalTAC) in 2005.