Fourteen teachers and 1400 immigrant and minority middle school students and parents from urban schools in Minnesota will participate social learning environment activities to increase parental and/or familial involvement in science education.
Over 700 rising 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students in Baltimore City Schools will participate in a 6-week summer learning program that informs students about STEM careers while preparing them to take a virtual Algebra I course during the school year.
One hundred twenty junior and senior high school girls from three Mississippi rural counties will participate in a summer apprenticeship program and other activities to increase their awareness about STEM and computer science educational/career pathways.
An integrated curriculum combines middle school mathematics and computer programming to engage 120 Latina/o middle school students, 4 teachers from urban and rural schools in New Mexico, and 10 undergraduate students to learn authentic STEM practices.
50 scholars and practitioners in engineering and literacy will meet for a two day conference to explore intersections between equity, engineering, and literacy and suggest a related research and practice agenda for the country.
36 Denver preservice educators and 36 inservice teachers, with 18 teachers from across the 6 US GLOBE regions participate in summer institutes, impacting 6500 grade 4-8 students by helping them collaborate with their peers on data-driven research.
Indigenous education experts and teachers from the Na Lei Na'auao Native Hawaiian Charter School Alliance will foster learning through the effective, complementary use of two innovative learning technologies to support STEM learning across settings.
Sixty-six faculty from Wisconsin’s public and private institutions of higher education will develop a shared vision for environmental education and design integrated instructional units for use at any institution.
2-teacher, 4-student teams from 24 high schools learn robotics and entrepreneurship in 4-week summer institutes, following which they engage 1,200 students in semester-long courses and semester-long capstone projects for NYU's Inno/Vention contest.