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.
Since 2017, Learning Undefeated has been operating the country’s first and only STEM-focused education recovery program. We’ve served tens of thousands of students in communities impacted by hurricanes, flooding, earthquakes, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Moved by a story on the evening news about the devastation to schools and communities caused by Hurricane Harvey in August 2017, Learning Undefeated raised corporate funds to send one of its mobile labs to the disaster-impacted area. What began as an emotional response to a natural disaster has grown into a robust education program serving more than 25,000 K-12 students across the Texas gulf coast over four years. Our mobile laboratories have also been deployed in Louisiana, and Puerto Rico.
In addition, our learning acceleration programs have benefitted hundreds of students across the country with summer camps designed to re-engage students with school.