About North State STEM:
North State STEM is a collaborative impact model of the nine county offices of education in California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) region 2; Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama and Trinity Counties. This North State collaborative represents the Northeastern corner of the State of California; a geographic region of over 30,000 square miles. North State STEM has two hubs; one in Butte County, and one in Shasta County. Together we work to achieve our long-term STEM goals. As a collective, we are determined to reach the same goals by sharing knowledge, learning, and results. We work diligently to ensure ongoing communication, consensus building, mobilizing community leaders, making a case for funding, ensuring access to STEM learning, and strengthening educator capacity. Planned outcomes for the Region 2 Network are:
Engage the interest of and partner with community leaders
Share practices worthy of attention and outcomes in order to impact STEM opportunities in the North State
Utilize data and monitor progress to influence thinking of leaders and stakeholders in Region 2
Strengthen the existing as well as increase STEM programs, pathways and learning activities access across the Pre-Kindergarten – 16 educational systems.
- Make a case for funding