The Abe Farag Family Foundation’s mission is to encourage and fund education and innovation projects. It uses its funds to support ventures through the Social Good Fund.» read more
Yes, STEM can have a substantial impact on moving people in developing countries out of poverty. Developing countries working to educate the next generation in STEM receive many benefits from these classes as students receive valuable experience and skills that translate to the workforce. Unfortunately, setting up STEM lessons and classes can be difficult because of monetary costs, finding teachers, and moving past traditions.
Obinna Ukwuani, a MIT graduate, started the first STEM school in Nigeriain 2012. The program is a robotics academy geared towards ...!-->
Last month, the Siemens Foundation and Discovery Education launched Siemens STEM Day – an innovative and augmented version of the Siemens Science Day website, including a new K-12 online STEM experience. Siemens Foundation and Discovery Education are the leading investors in digitally utilized STEM education programs in the K-12 classrooms. The advanced Siemens STEM Day now provides high school resources intended on supporting STEM curriculum and institution with digital content as well as 130 original elementary and middle school activities.
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South Orange Middle School has just been selected by Sustainable Jersey For Schools as the winner of the $10,000 River Curriculum Grant. The Rahway River, used during past ecology projects, is the primary setting for students to learn about water quality, biodiversity, and project management. Through this program, students receive a comprehensive understanding of their local watershed and the importance of preserving and restoring the ecosystem.
SOMS principal Lynn Irby believes that the river field study will have a lasting effect on the students ...!-->
The local school district in Grapevine, TX has decided to rebuild Cannon Elementary in order to replace the aging, outdated classrooms and curriculum. The new campus will transform into a real world laboratory for STEM-based curriculum where students can observe what they are learning about in classrooms. Construction is set to begin this Summer, and the new school is expected to launch when the 2018-19 school year begins.
Because of structural damages, a lack of compliance with the Disabilities Act, and the desire to provide ...!-->