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The Quality Education for Minorities (QEM) Network is a non-profit organization based in Washington, DC, dedicated to improving the education of African Americans, Alaska Natives, American Indians, Mexican Americans, and Puerto Ricans. Millions of dollars, now spent for remedial purposes, could be made available for the educational benefit of all children and youth by improving the quality of education available to the groups targeted by QEM. Quality education for minorities improves the quality of education for all.



 

QEM FY2010 Meetings with related Reports

Building STEM Research and Education Capacity atHispanic-serving Institutions (HSIs)
..star September 2009 FORUM REPORT.....starDecember 2009 Workshop Report

Workshop on Mentoring Minority Undergraduates in Engineering • Baltimore, MD • November 2009 ..more
AGENDA.... REPORT
.... July 19, 2010 Follow-up Workshop Agenda

Regional Workshops on Recruitment and Retention of Minority Males in STEM at MSIs (March-April 2010)
...Executive Summary of Report

Regional Workshops on Recruitment and Retention of Minority Males in STEM at MSIs (March 19-20, 2010)
Focused on African American Males (Final Report)

Regional Workshops on Recruitment and Retention of Minority Males in STEM at MSIs (March 26-27, 2010)
Focused on Hispanic Males (Final Report)

Regional Workshops on Recruitment and Retention of Minority Males in STEM at MSIs (April 9-10, 2010)
Focused on Native Amerian (American Indian/Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian) Males (Final Report)

A Workshop for Women Faculty in STEM at Hispanic-serving Institutions (HSIs)
Las Vegas, NV • July 30-31, 2010
AGENDA Report..... Report Tables

Historically Black Colleges and Universities Undergraduate Program (HBCU-UP)

Building STEM Research and Education Capacity atHispanic-serving Institutions (HSIs)

Tribal Colleges and Universities Program: STEM Leadership Development Project (TCUP)