Canada 2067 – Shaping youth learning in STEM

November 9, 2016 at 9:00 am Leave a comment

Selected from a news release on Let’s Talk Science :

“Canada 2067 will bring together educators, businesses, governments, community groups, parents and youth to develop new framework for learning for the next 50 years

The goal of Canada 2067? To evolve Canada’s education model for the 21st century by enhancing student exposure and access to the STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) across all levels and areas of learning.

At the core of Canada 2067 is an innovative framework for learning for the next 50 years. This Learning Framework will identify areas of consensus, common themes and shared calls to action for the future of STEM learning. Policy makers, educators, parents, industry leaders, non-profit organizations and youth are being asked to join the conversation to share their perspective and provide meaningful feedback. This conversation will happen over the next year and has three key phases:

  • Phase 1: Conversations with youth and adults across Canada (in-person and online) to refine the Canada 2067 Learning Framework
  • Phase 2: A landmark live-streamed national conference in December 2017
  • Phase 3: A consensus-based action plan for implementation post conference

Canada 2067 is presented by Let’s Talk Science and made possible by founding partners 3M, Amgen Canada, Hill+Knowlton Strategies and The Trottier Family Foundation.

Canadians can join the conversation online at and spread the word through (English) or (French). ”

Check it out! Rowan

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