Opportunities to learn STEM outside of school are especially important for members of groups underrepresented in science and engineering, including girls and minorities. Additionally, careers in STEM remain plentiful. A solid background in STEM education is a great path to livable-wage jobs; and for children from low-income families, can be the key in breaking the cycle of generational poverty
Teaching STEM encourages innovative, critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and creativity, resulting in a capable, multi-faceted child.
In discovering STEM, our students will learn to:
Through STEM, children build the skills necessary to navigate the world around them. They will be able to make connections between diverse skills and concepts.
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