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A World In Motion

The A World In Motion® program is a K-12 teacher-administered program that brings STEM education to life in the classroom. It allows students to work within an integrated structure to solve a Challenge by setting goals, building knowledge, designing and building a prototype, then defending their design decisions through presentation.

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Alabama Math Science Technology Initiative (AMSTI)

The Alabama Math, Science, and Technology Initiative is the Alabama Department of Education's initiative to improve math and science statewide. Its mission is to provide all students in Grades K-12 with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in the workforce and/or postsecondary studies.

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Amgen Biotech Experience

The Amgen Biotech Experience (ABE) is an innovative, effective, and scalable science education program that provides teacher professional development, curriculum materials, and research-grade equipment and supplies to high schools, completely free of charge.

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Arizona State University Modeling Instruction and Master of Natural Science Programs

The Master of Natural Science (MNS) degree and the Modeling Instruction Program are two innovative and successful approaches to science teacher development in Arizona. At a time when most of the state’s physical science teachers are teaching out of field, these programs improve learning and achievement of K-12 students in science and mathematics by providing model-centered professional development for teachers in grades 8 through 12.

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ASSET STEM Education: Elementary Program

ASSET (Achieving Student Success through Excellence in Teaching) STEM Education is a national STEM improvement nonprofit that inspires innovation and excellence in STEM by providing highly effective educator professional development, hands-on classroom materials and consulting services to schools, universities and organizations.

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BioEYES

BioEYES is a K–12 science outreach program offered during in-school time that provides measurable results in teacher preparedness and students’ scientific literacy, practice and engagement. It engages students in an experiment-based curriculum in cell biology and animal development.

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BioTech Partners

Biotech Partners targets disadvantaged students from underrepresented groups and, through a program of hands-on, in-school curriculum combined with real-world lab experience, prepares them for challenging careers in the bioscience field.

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Booker T. Washington STEM Academy

Booker T. Washington (BTW) STEM Academy is a public K-5 elementary school with a school wide, integrated STEM program developed to address equity issues in literacy, gifted education and achievement, as well as to reduce racial isolation in our largely African American student population. The mission of the school is to empower students to think critically, reflectively, and apply their knowledge and skills to a greater context.

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BUILD IT: Girls Building Information Technology Fluency Through Design

Delivered as an after-school program during the school year and at a two-week intensive summer camp, the innovative Build IT curriculum engages 100 Alameda County girls annually in technology through hands-on, project-based learning and through interactions with professionals in information technology.

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Camp Invention

Camp Invention is a nationally recognized summer program focused on creativity, innovation, real-world problem solving and the spirit of invention. The program’s top priority is to present essential STEM concepts and entrepreneurial content through creative, hands-on activities.

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Camp Reach

Camp Reach is not your typical pre-teen girls’ summer camp. Young women about to enter 7th grade have fun with technology, tackle real problems, and get up close and personal with the way things work.

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Cereal City Science

Cereal City Science by Battle Creek Area Mathematics and Science Center has developed a Kindergarten through eighth grade three-dimensional science curriculum that is aligned with the Michigan Science Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards.

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Community Resources for Science

CRS connects and engages educators, students, and scientists in a vibrant and innovative web of science learning resources.

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CompuGirls

CompuGirls is a culturally responsive technology program for adolescent (grades 8-12) girls from under-resourced school districts in the Greater Phoenix area and in Colorado.

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Computer Science Discoveries

Computer Science Discoveries (CS Discoveries) is an introductory computer science course for grades 7-9 that empowers students to create authentic artifacts and engage with computer science as a medium for creativity, communication, problem solving, and fun.

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Computer Science Principles

Code.org’s Computer Science Principles is an introductory Advanced Placement (AP®) course for grades 9-12 designed to broaden participation in computer science.

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Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE)

CASE curricular materials enhance the rigor and relevance of education in agriculture, food, and natural resources (AFNR).

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Denver Public Schools CareerConnect

DPS CareerConnect features comprehensive, school-based programs that give high school students the opportunity to take a sequence of hands-on, project based classes and participate in work-based learning, including job shadows, mentoring, and internships in partnership with over 25 Colorado employers.

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Design Connect Create

The Design Connect Create is a two-week summer day camp that was created to prepare girls for their first high school physics course. The camp reinforces basic math skills, offers hands-on labs, provides close interaction with instructors, fosters an atmosphere of collaboration and teamwork, and exposes girls to STEM careers through female role models.

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Design Squad

DESIGN SQUAD is a multimedia program for middle school-aged children that includes television episodes broadcast nationally on PBS, an interactive website, and hands-on engineering activities.

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Engaging Youth through Engineering Middle Grades Modules

Engaging Youth through Engineering is a workforce and economic development initiative to inspire, engage, and prepare elementary and middle school students to take the coursework needed to support the growing demand for highly skilled and technology-savvy workers for the aerospace, shipbuilding and other industries locating in the Mobile area.

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Engineering Adventures

Engineering Adventures (EA) is a free curriculum created especially for 3rd-5th grade children in out-of-school, after-school, or camp programs. The mission of Engineering Adventures is to create exciting activities and experiences that allow all elementary learners to act as engineers and engage in the engineering design process.

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Engineering Everywhere

Engineering Everywhere is a free engineering curriculum for middle school-aged youth in afterschool and camp programs. The program empowers young people to explore real-world engineering problems using the engineering design process, creativity and collaboration.

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Engineering is Elementary

The Engineering is Elementary (R) (EiE) project aims to foster engineering and technological literacy among children. EiE has created a research-based, standards-driven, and classroom-tested curriculum that integrates engineering and technology concepts and skills with elementary science topics. EiE lessons not only promote K-12 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning, but also connect with literacy and social studies.

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Engineering the Future

Engineering the Future: Science, Technology, and the Design Process (EtF) is a full-year ninth-grade course designed to introduce students to the world of technology and engineering as a first step in becoming technologically literate citizens.

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FIRST

FIRST provides a complete STEM pipeline for youth K-12 though out-of-school robotics programs and challenges.

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Ford Next Generation Learning

The Ford Partnership Next Generation Learning (NGL) initiative aims to provide a high-quality, project-based STEM curriculum that emphasizes effective ways of teaching and learning (known as the Pillars of Teaching and Learning) that are grounded in research about how people learn.

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Full Option Science System (FOSS)

Full Option Science System (FOSS) is a research-based science curriculum for grades K-8 developed at the Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley, and distributed by Delta Education. FOSS is also an ongoing research project dedicated to improving the learning and teaching of science.

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Get the Math

Get the Math is a multimedia project that combines video and web interactivity to help middle and high school students develop algebraic reasoning skills that form a critical building block for mathematical literacy.

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Girlstart After School

Girlstart After School is an intervention program that provides schools free, weekly after-school STEM programming for girls in the grades 3 through 8, as well as wraparound support for participating parents and teachers.

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Girlstart Summer Camp

Girlstart Summer Camp aims to make STEM learning engaging and accessible for girls of all ages and backgrounds. Based in Austin, Texas, Girlstart Summer Camps are thematic, 40-hour, week-long STEM experiences for girls in the 3rd through 10th grades.

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Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative

The Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative develops knowledgeable, active stewards of the Great Lakes by supporting hands-on environmental learning in communities.

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HyperStream

HyperStream clubs expose students in grades 5 through 12 to technology through hands-on technology projects, competitions, showcases, engaging presentations, and the opportunity to work with technology mentors.

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IMSA Fusion

IMSA FUSION is an award-winning, research-based after-school enrichment program for Illinois 4th- through 8th- grade students who are talented and motivated in mathematics and science. The program provides ongoing professional development, curricular materials and support to teachers.

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InnovaTE3

The InnovaTE3 curriculum, professional development and assessment materials intrigue and challenge middle and high school girls to develop ecologically sustainable innovations in after-school and summer learning experiences. Developing these innovations motivates girls to explore STEM fields and careers to address these important problems.

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Intel Math Program

Intel Math helps K-8 teachers deepen their understanding of mathematics through problem-solving. It is an 80-hour professional development course in math content taught collaboratively by practicing mathematicians and a math educators.

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Interactive Mathematics Program

The Interactive Mathematics Program (IMP) is an exemplary high school problem-based mathematics curriculum, now available in both integrated and traditional pathways, that prepares all students to be career and college ready.

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Iridescent

Iridescent leverages two untapped resources, engineers and parents, to address the STEM achievement gap. Our engineers receive training to work with the same families year after year to help parents become successful participants, investors and leaders of the Family Science Program.

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Keep It Clean - Neighborhood Environmental Trios (KIC-NET)

Kic-NET is an award-winning approach to hyperlocal urban watershed education that engages youth in environmental problem-solving. KIC-NET combines STEM learning, civic engagement, and environmental education.

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KIBO by KinderLab

KIBO is a robotic kit specifically designed as a STEM education platform for young children aged 4-7 years old.

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KidsTek

KidsTek is dedicated to increasing the technology literacy of Colorado's under-served K-12 students through project-based after-school technology education programs in K-8 schools and in-school technical certification programs that provide college credit in high schools

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Learn 2 Teach, Teach 2 Learn

Learn 2 Teach, Teach 2 Learn provides future Boston inventors and innovators with access to new ideas, tools, and meaningful making experiences that inspire and shape their enthusiasm STEM. Ours is a multi-year, multi-level role model program designed to engage a critical mass of Boston youth in technology and science and catalyze community change.

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Learning Blade

Learning Blade is a STEM supplemental system designed to increase student awareness and interest in STEM careers while reviewing academic standards. This student-ready, online program introduces students to STEM careers and technologies in an entertaining game-based format. Students pursue 12 engaging virtual missions with about 400 interdisciplinary lessons and over 100 hours of robust materials.

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Lowell Observatory Navajo-Hopi Astronomy Outreach Program

The Lowell Observatory Navajo-Hopi Astronomy Outreach Program is a science enrichment and outreach program for Navajo and Hopi teachers and their classes. The program focuses on grades 5–8, the middle years when students are still inherently curious about the world. The middle years also are the stage at which the most impact can be made on attitudes towards science, graduation rates and future career options.

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MAD-learn

MAD-learn (MAD stands for Mobile Application Development) is a curriculum program targeted at upper-level elementary, middle and high school students who are interested in learning about the fundamentals of mobile app design and development. Combining traditional classroom methods with interactive online learning modules, MAD-learn is designed with a progressive framework that has something to offer for students of all skill levels.

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Making Sense of SCIENCE

Making Sense of SCIENCE offers a comprehensive approach to teacher learning that focuses on science understanding, classroom practice, literacy, and pedagogical reasoning. By strengthening teachers’ knowledge and skill, this approach improves students’ science achievement, prepares them for college, and ultimately equips them for the modern workforce.

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Making STEM Connections

The Science Center of Iowa’s Making STEM Connections program provides elementary school teachers, as well as out-of-school, after school and camp program facilitators, conceptual materials and professional development for bringing the Maker’s movement into their learning space. The Making philosophy directs students to use their hands in conjunction with their minds to build enduring learning connections.

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Math Recovery

US Math Recovery Council® professional development courses increase teachers’ knowledge and understanding of how children think about and learn mathematics.

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MATHCOUNTS Math Video Challenge

The Math Video Challenge empowers students to be math teachers, video producers, actors and teammates by creating videos that explain and solve challenging real-world math problems.

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Mathematically Connected Communities (MC²)

Mathematically Connected Communities (MC²), funded by federal, state and local funds, brings university mathematicians and math educators into New Mexico K-12 classrooms to collaborate with teachers to improve mathematics teaching and learning.

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Mathematics Learning Community

The Mathematics Learning Community (MLC) helps teachers understand how students learn about specific concepts in mathematics. Teachers collaborate to review students' work, identify where students are misunderstanding critical concepts, and devise more targeted strategies to address students' needs..

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MathForward

The Texas Instruments MathForward program combines TI technology with coaching and professional development. Both educators and students benefit from the program. The MathForward program was created to reduce the achievement gap between diverse student populations. It has been applied equally well in classrooms with proficient, struggling, English Language Learners and Special Needs students.

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Michigan Science Teaching and Assessment Reform program (Mi-STAR)

Mi-STAR, or the Michigan Science Teaching and Assessment Reform program, is developing a three-year-long middle school integrated science curriculum (including classroom-based assessments) and an associated professional learning program for teachers.

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Moving GIS into the Classroom

Moving GIS into the Classroom” provides teachers and informal educators professional development on teaching students to use geospatial technology to collect data, analyze information, and present conclusions using spatial concepts.

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National Academy Foundation

Leveraging 30 years of success, NAF academy programs are predominately based in comprehensive urban public high schools, where they prepare high school students for college and career success. NAF's sustainable and replicable model provides rigorous curricula, a continuum of work-based learning activities including compensated internships, and local advisory boards made up of business professionals in STEM and other fields.

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National Math and Science Initiative's College Readiness Program

NMSI is a nonprofit organization launched in 2007 by top leaders in business, education, and science to transform education in the United States. One of the ways NMSI is raising the academic bar in our nation’s schools is through the College Readiness Program—a comprehensive approach that lays the foundation for rigorous instruction as early as third grade. NMSI's programs boost academic achievement through rigorous AP coursework in math, science, and English, with an emphasis on improving teacher effectiveness and increasing time on task for all students.

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Open World Learning (OWL)

Open World Learning (OWL) offers in-school, after-school and summer technology programs for 3rd – 8th grade Title I students at 15 schools and three universities in the Denver metro area.

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Physics Teaching Resource Agents (PTRA)

The mission of Physics Teaching Resource Agents (PTRA) is to improve the teaching and learning of physics and physical science for all K–12 teachers and students in the United States. PTRA is recognized as a leading K–12 physics and physical science professional development program for practicing teachers.

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Power of Data Project

The Power of Data (POD) Project prepares Arizona high school teachers to carry out hands-on projects where students use technology and analyze data to solve real problems in their communities.

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PowerTeaching Math

Developed by Johns Hopkins Researchers, PowerTeaching Math is the leader in cooperative learning math instruction helping teachers transform their classrooms environments to engage ALL students.

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Project Exploration - Youth-Science Pathways

Project Exploration (PE) engages middle and high school youth from Chicago in hands-on activities led by active scientists and engineers who act as mentors and role models.

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Project Lead The Way

Project Lead The Way provides a transformative learning experience for K-12 students and teachers across the U.S. Through an engaging environment, PLTW empowers students to develop in-demand knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in an evolving world.

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Reasoning Mind

Reasoning Mind is a nonprofit with a mission to provide a first-rate math education for every child. To achieve this goal, Reasoning Mind partners with schools to provide an interactive, online mathematics curriculum for elementary and middle school students. The program ignites students’ interest in math, develops higher-order thinking skills, and prepares them for algebra—the “gatekeeper” course to college. In addition, Reasoning Mind offers ongoing professional development, training, and in-person support for teachers and administrators using the program.

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Research Experience for Teachers (RET)

The STEM Research Experience for Teachers (RET) program gives teachers real-world, hands-on, industry-relevant experiences that remind them of the nature and applications of science.

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Resource Area for Teaching (RAFT)

RAFT provides educators—and through them, students—with challenging, affordable, and fun STEM hands-on activities.

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RoboRAVE International

RoboRAVE International is a competition for teams of school-aged kids who have designed, built and programmed autonomous robots.

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Science Alive

The Desert Research Institutes’ Science Alive offers Nevada's educators a continuum of support, including our innovative and unique subject-based Green Boxes, teacher trainings, school support, and community education and engagement.

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Science and Technology Concepts TM - Elementary and Secondary Program

The Science and Technology Concepts (STC) Program (TM) for grades K-10 provides students with curricula that fully address science standards and present opportunities for children to engage directly with natural phenomena, tools of science, real world problems and technical design challenges. The program aims to help all students develop age-appropriate scientific habits of mind while building on students' prior knowledge and experiences and allowing them to apply knowledge and problem-solving strategies in new contexts.

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Science Buddies

The award-winning, non-profit Science Buddies empowers K-12 students, parents, and teachers to quickly and easily find free project ideas and help in all areas of science from physics to food science and music to microbiology. Whether your goal is to find a fun science activity for your kids or win the international science fair, sciencebuddies.org puts comprehensive, scientist-authored tools, tips, and techniques at your fingertips.

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Science Career Ladder

The Science Career Ladder (SCL) is the signature youth development program of the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI). The SCL gives high school and college students the opportunity to work as "Explainers." They interpret exhibits, present science demonstrations, and lead participatory workshops for NYSCI's school and family audiences.

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Science Education for Public Understanding Program (SEPUP)

The Science Education for Public Understanding Program (SEPUP) is a science curriculum project to develop comprehensive and supplemental science curriculum materials and resources targeted at diverse student populations in grades 5–12.

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Science in Motion

SIM is a consortium of 12 colleges and universities that provides high-tech laboratory experiments to many school districts in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The program aims to address the needs of science, engineering, and technology programs in high- and middle-school classrooms by providing support to the schools.

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Seeds of Science/Roots of Reading

The Seeds/Roots program aims to immerse students in deep learning about the natural world. Students search for evidence from both firsthand experiences and texts to construct more accurate and complete understanding of the natural world. They engage in written and oral discourse to understand, communicate, evaluate, and revise scientific explanations based on evidence.

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Shark Research and Conservation Program (SRC)

The RJD Program gives high school students exhilarating hands-on research experiences in marine biology. The Program helps students actively grow as scientists while supporting ongoing research crucial to shark conservation.

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ST Math

Spatial and Temporal (ST) Math uses innovative technology to teach math concepts, problem solving techniques, and critical thinking skills to children in pre-Kindergarten through sixth grade. Schools that fully implement ST Math see double, and even triple, the growth in math proficiency when measured against comparable schools.

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St Vrain Valley Schools STEM and Innovation Center

The SVVSD Academic Excellence through STEM Innovation initiative provides STEM focused learning with real world application through professional opportunities for students.

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STEM 101

STEM 101 provides 21st century STEM career minded K-16 curriculum and professional development to inspire, engage, and prepare students for the STEM jobs of tomorrow.

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STEM Equity Pipeline

The STEM Equity Pipeline(TM) was established in 2007 by the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Education Foundation to provide professional development and resources for educators to increase the participation of women and underrepresented populations in STEM.

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STEM in Action

STEM in Action® is a supplemental, module-based curriculum for grades PreK-5 that harnesses the power of hands-on learning to inspire curiosity and nurture critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

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STEMinspired

STEMinspired is a network of educators and administrators committed to expanding sustainable, innovative STEM education across the country and beyond. Modeled after industry, our instructional approach is centered on problem-solving and critical thinking.

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STEMulate Change

Launched in 2013, STEMulate™ Change aims to expose all Delaware youth, especially girls and underrepresented minorities, to STEM learning. The project engages youth in grades 4-12 in hands-on learning during out-of-school hours to enhance interest in STEM, motivate students to enroll in higher level school classes, and build students’ capabilities to successfully pursue STEM-related degrees/certifications and careers. STEMulate™ Change’s curricula are project-focused and uniquely designed around relevant historical and modern-day American and global icons that have made significant contributions in STEM fields.

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Summer Math and Science Honor Academy (SMASH)

SMASH is a rigorous, intensive and long-term college preparatory program for high potential students of color, girls and First Generation youth in under-resourced high schools. SMASH serves as a STEM pipeline, preparing scholars take AP courses in high school, qualify and succeed with AP tests required to gain entry to prestigious colleges, enroll in college and then pursue STEM majors and careers.

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Sustainable Trainer Engagement Program (STEP)

STEP is a train-the-trainer professional development project for middle school science education specialists and teachers. It is designed to improve their knowledge, confidence, and pedagogy in Earth and space science, and to help them lead professional development for their colleagues.

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Teachers 'n Training (TNT)

The Teachers ’n Training (TNT) program helps prospective teachers improve their comfort level and competence to teach STEM concepts. Teacher candidates engage in meaningful experiences with STEM professionals who help them develop and implement inquiry-based STEM lessons in an informal setting.

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Teachers in Industry

Teachers in Industry is an innovative business-education partnership that places experienced classroom teachers in paid positions in the STEM workforce for 6-8 weeks during the summers. The program also offers coursework towards a Master’s Degree in Teaching and Teacher Education or professional development credits.

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Techbridge

The mission of Techbridge is to promote girls' interest and skills in science, technology, and engineering. Techbridge provides multi-faceted programs for girls and supporting resources for teachers, role models, families and partners. Techbridge afterschool programs take place once a week for two hours after school. Each serves 20-25 girls with one program coordinator and one or two teachers.

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Ten80 National STEM League

The Ten80 National STEM League is Project Based Learning that Doesn’t Forget the Learning. In many ways, business, engineering, R&D and politics are team sports. Ten80 Education’s team set out over 15 years ago to help students learn the skills to thrive in a team-oriented atmosphere while also learning why mathematics and physics are "pretty" helpful.

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The Discovery Field Trip Program

The Discovery’s Field Trip Program gives Pre-K through 8th grade students an opportunity to participate in hands-on, standards-based learning experiences focused on science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) concepts.

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The EAST Initiative

Through the EAST(R) Initiative (Environmental and Spatial Technology), students use teamwork and cutting edge technology to identify and solve problems in their local communities, often in partnership with community groups.

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The UTeach Institute

UTeach is a teacher preparation program that aims to attract a wide range of bright science, mathematics, and computer science majors into secondary teaching careers, to prepare them through an advanced field-intensive curriculum, and to promote professional retention through induction support and ongoing professional development.

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UC Davis C-STEM Center

C-STEM Center aims to transform computing, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (C-STEM) education in both formal and informal K-14 programs. The Center works with K-14 educators to integrate computer programming and robotics into STEM subjects through hands-on, personalized and collaborative learning strategies.

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Urban Advantage Metro Denver

Urban Advantage Metro Denver (UA Denver) improves science literacy and reduces achievement gaps among middle school students by immersing them in authentic science investigations; connecting them with STEM professionals; building critical thinking and process skills; and fostering positive attitudes toward STEM fields.

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Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS)

Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS) is a two-part program for high school juniors focused on STEM topics. Phase one is a rigorous, five-month online course designed by NASA and the University of Washington, which provides students the opportunity to earn five college credits while learning about the history of NASA, the space environment around earth and the future of human space exploration. Top-scoring phase one students are invited to participate in a six-day summer residency held at the Museum of Flight in Seattle.

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Water Investigations Program

The Water Investigations Program (WIP) is a formal education program for 6th- through 12th-grade students that improves critical thinking skills and enables students' to refine their environmental position over a year of inquiry, collaboration, problem solving, and synthesis of evidence.

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WISE - Web-based Inquiry Science Environment

WISE is an open-source online platform for designing, developing, and implementing science inquiry activities. WISE provides one-week-long inquiry units that address key concepts consistent with California and national standards. WISE units can be integrated into a school's existing science curriculum or specifically customized for classroom use.

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