STEM is instrumental in solving the world’s biggest challenges, such as climate change, infectious diseases, and food insecurity. Our future depends on our ability to inspire and prepare youth with the skills and confidence in STEM.
Evidence-based research confirms we’re creating positive and significant changes in the attitudes and behaviours of youth toward STEM at every stage in their education and career pathway. And it doesn’t stop there. By engaging youth today, we’re strengthening the social fabric and economic outcomes of the future.
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Skilling Up Teachers in Land-Based Education: A Micro-Credential Opportunity
As part of Actua's work to empower educators, we are now offering opportunities to gain micro-credentials as a way to recognize and develop their skills portfolio
Creating Safe Spaces for LGBTQ2S+ Youth in STEM
Improving equity in STEM requires creating safe and welcoming STEM environments for all. Read about programs doubling down on efforts to include LGBTQ2+ youth in STEM.
The Digital Revolution: Leaving No Girl Behind
Actua convened a panel to discuss the benefits of digital literacy among girls, barriers that exist and solutions to pave the way for the next generation of technologists.
Publications & Reports
Everything we do has a purpose guided by evidence and backed by ongoing reflection and discussion with those we serve. Explore some of the evidence driving our work, as well as our impact, in the reports and publications below:
December 1, 2019
2018/2019 Annual Report
December 1, 2018
2017/2018 Annual Report
February 21, 2018
Coding the Future Survey
July 31, 2018
Coding the Future II Survey
October 19, 2020
Canadian Teachers’ Readiness for STEM Education Survey Report
June 21, 2021
Indigenous Land-based STEM Education Discussion Paper
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