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Outside the Classroom: Build a Wave Machine

In this At-Home Science video, which aired on WJLA’s “Outside the Classroom” on May 27, 2020, Ali explores the physics of waves by building her very own wave machine with everyday materials. The sounds we hear are caused by vibrations of a material, like the string of a guitar moving back and forth when plucked.…

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To Our Students: We Support You

To our students,  Learning Undefeated stands with you. We are both outraged and saddened by the senseless death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others who have died due to similar injustices. The future you create should be up to you and only you. The color of your skin should not limit the opportunities you…

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A Distance Learning Response to COVID-19

With millions of schoolchildren unable to access the specialized tools and equipment needed to teach STEM subjects, COVID-19 has irreparably impacted the American education system. Teachers and administrators are overwhelmed by the logistical and technical aspects of distance learning, reducing their bandwidth to develop engaging online content that keeps students focused on STEM subjects. Learning…

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Learning Undefeated Announces Thomas S. Wootton High School Student as 2020 Maryland BioGENEius Finalist

North Potomac, Md., 10th grader Sreejato Chatterjee recognized for cancer therapy research, will represent Maryland in International BioGENEius ChallengeApril 30, 2020 11:17 AM Eastern Daylight Time GAITHERSBURG, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Learning Undefeated, a nonprofit organization that provides life-changing STEM experiences, announced today that Sreejato Chatterjee, a 10th grader at Thomas S. Wootton High School in North Potomac, Md., was…

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