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Computer Science For All Workshop in Atlanta

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Expired
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Strengthening the STEM Pipeline for Elementary School African Americans, Hispanics, and Girls by Scaling Up Summer Engineering Experiences

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Expired
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Reducing Achievement Gaps in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM): Promising International Research, Policies and Practices

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Expired
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Chief Science Officers: A Strategy for Student Awareness and Industry Engagement

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Expired
The Chief Science Officers (CSO) program empowers youth in STEM by providing access and workforce skills training to prepare them for the future.
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Expanding Geospatial Technology Career Development for High School Students Through Teacher Professional Development

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Expired
30 educators learn to facilitate teacher workshops which enable 900 teachers nationwide to implement geospatial technology-integrated lessons with 27,000 6-12 grade students to increase 21st century skills, GST career awareness and engagement
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Innovative Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics Strategy Project (iSTEM)

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Expired
Up to 100 rural and suburban underrepresented minority youth, grades 6-8, are engaged in structured, hands-on and innovative STEM activities in Atlanta, GA on Saturday's during the school year along with summer academy hands-on field experiences.
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Acquainting Metro Atlanta Youth with STEM (AMAYS)

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Expired
AMAYS is a design-based research project involving the creation, implementation, and evaluation of a unique ICT-rich informal learning environment for urban middle school students.
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A Reciprocal Model for Teaching and Learning Computational Competencies: Connecting Pre-Service Teachers and Urban Latino Youth

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Expired
We aim to research a reciprocal model for teaching and learning computational competencies (CC) by connecting pre-service STEM teachers (PSTs) and urban Latino youth through Relevant, Engaging, and Authentic Learning (REAL) experiences.
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