Over 200 students across three states — some as young as five years old! — participated in education recovery summer camps during summer 2021. Learning Undefeated’s disaster recovery education program emphasizes engaging, hands-on STEM learning experiences designed to help students re-engage with learning during a time when disaster-related stresses are incredibly real. The Young Science Explorers program reengaged students in learning and provided them with real-world STEM experiences.
“This Texas mobile STEM lab is the perfect opportunity for kids to come in, use the engineering design process and to solve real-world problems for the future,” said science teacher Leslie Hess. The future engineers are already on the right track thanks to organizations like Learning Undefeated who are making sure opportunities are available to as many Texas kids as possible.
Snow may have passed you by this holiday season, so make some in your kitchen! On this episode of “Good Morning Texas,” VP of Communications Janeé Pelletier demonstrates how you can use corn starch and shaving cream to DIY snow fluff. This experiment is all about surface tension, and cleanup is easy! Original air date:…
For the third consecutive year Education Week ranked Maryland’s public education system as the best in the nation on its Quality Counts 2011 Report Card. Maryland tops their rankings with a B+. The nation as a whole received a C when graded across the six distinct areas of policy and performance.