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The Society for Science & the Public today announced $100,000 in grants to 24 middle school science teachers across the country to support STEM research activities in their classrooms. Each teacher will receive a grant of up to $5,000 to spend on scientific research equipment, such as Raspberry Pi computers, water and soil testing kits and computer software for data analysis.
To date, the Society has provided $120,000 in grants to STEM teachers through this program.
“I’m excited to be providing this financial support to middle school teachers who encounter students at such an important point in their lives,” said Maya Ajmera, President & CEO of the Society for Science & the Public. “During this crucial time, students start setting the stage for their future path in high school while some young people begin drifting away from their interests in STEM. By providing these teachers with the resources to build a meaningful STEM research program, we are helping to engage the next generation of leaders in engineering and science.”
The Society’s STEM Research Grant Program supports educators who are implementing fresh and innovative teaching methods to shed light on discoveries that can be made through original STEM research projects. The one-time grants, in large part, are provided to educators in schools serving in low-income areas or underrepresented students.
In December 2017, the Society announced that Sci-Inspire would be the recipient of a $5,000 STEM Action Grant.
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