The National Minority Technology Council's Looking Forward Research and Development program works to delineate the body of knowledge on a set of regional economic ecosystems located in the U.S.
LEARNING FOR ECONOMIC ADVANCEMENT RESEARCH NETWORK (LEARN)
Education is born of the hope and desire that all may share in life and "be more". The Council Exchange Board of Trade's Looking Forward Learning for Economic Advancement Research Network (LEARN) aims to connect learning outcomes to industry needs both here in the US and abroad.
STEMCortex is a member led design based research project that works to innovate the connection between education, knowledge and ideas with CTE (Career and Technical Education) and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) instructional pedagogies in public education. This applied research focuses on Title I schools in urban and rural communities with high minority populations.
STEMCortex is a pragmatic yet innovative critical pedagogy that explores the process that best ignites the ideation of work and productivity in the classroom. It is an approach to teaching that promotes new methods where students are taken through a learning process that both brings learning to life and bridges personal responsibility and community gain.
PRAGMATIC CRITICAL PEDAGOGIES THAT BRING LEARNING TO LIFE
STEMCortex was initially conceived from an industry need for brilliance, capacity, and creativity among our minority community. The 21st Century knowledge economy brings the promise of high growth, high wage careers.
Access to these opportunities requires both a family and community driven change in expectations about work and preparation. STEMCortex explores the promise of Public Education as a change agent. STEMCortex brings an opportunity for District Wide cultural change by shifting our focus from discipline to instructional guidance, directing students in putting into practice what has been taught.
COMMUNITY DRIVEN CHANGE IN CULTURE AND CONTEXT
Our belief is industry works best in concert with government and inclusion is the only escape from the economic crisis found in the heart of our most urban centers across the US.
We can help communities plan
Improve STEM-CTE Outcomes
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Design Based Research - Requirements Gathering
Building a New Economy in Minority Communities
Karl Cureton, NMTC Founder and Executive Chairman
February 21, 2018 Keynote - Future of Technology Summit
Building on Data Decisions for Education Research (EdData)
EdData provides resources, innovative practices, professional development and industry focused guidance on design based ICT curriculum research and STEM-CTE content development.
Given the great promise for data-informed decision making in the education sector EdData's team of Sr. Research Fellows bring industry and workforce subject matter expertise for STEM-CTE institutional curriculum research.
EdData offers technical assistance to institutional researchers who are primary responsible for developing models, collecting and managing data, and interpreting and analyzing data, particularly with regards to outcome metrics.
EdData's industry focus includes perspectives on institutional investment strategies and partnership development algorithms.
EdData is currently forming partnerships with the HBCU/MSI community along with the communities they serve in targeted regions with high minority populations. The longitudinal framework allows for outcomes studies that in part work to measure workforce entry success correlating student investment (time and money) to a developing career placement income and mobility index.
Pictured below - HBCU Board/President Presentation with NMTC Executive Chairman
Historically Black Colleges/Minority Serving Institutions (HBCU/MSI)
The National Minority Technology Council was selected by the U.S. Department of Commerce to assist in accelerating technology transfer and commercialization of federal research in support of high-growth business.
Fueled by our nation's focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and U.S. competitiveness, Career and Technical Education (CTE) is emerging as a systematic platform for education-industry collaboration and exploration.
Building on Opportunity by Leveraging Trust, Capability, Excellence and Passion.
CEBOT's Senior Fellow program is a place for trust and distinction. For those who have accomplished much there is often a desire to either give back or the wisdom to combine forces.
Our Sr. Fellow program allows for individuals to be a part of our $100 Billion ecosystem of innovation. NMTC's network of over 65,000 minority technology companies need to be leveraged and our Sr. Fellows are well positioned to strategically support this community's growth.
Sr. Fellows lead our organization in ways that allows NMTC's research to scale by bringing governance and capability to the gaps we have uncovered that inhibit stakeholder partnership success and growth.
Targeting skills based training and community building to increase awareness of the benefits of work.
Regional Workforce & Community Readiness Initiative
Career Pathway Events are being developed for the following locations below
The National Minority Technology Council (NMTC) is merging with the Council Exchange Board of Trade (Council Exchange).
NMTC will govern the membership and vendor governance process and the Council Exchange will operate both Looking Forward Research & Development and research the creation of an Qualified Opportunity Fund Private Fund Complex.
"Change is the only thing we can trust will persist"
Karl Cureton, Chairman Emeritus, National Minority Technology Council
Executive Chairman, Council Exchange Board of Trade
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