What is it about?
A step by step process of how to expose children and youth to STEM. This paper shares how to reach out to individuals and institutions willing to share hands on science experiments in a classroom setting.
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Why is it important?
STEM awareness is on the rise in the 21st century. Underrepresented populations and urban communities lack the exposure to future career choices centered around the sciences, due to budget cuts and constrains. This paper will share how to bring science to urban areas such as schools, public libraries or community centers, through collaboration with unlikely institutions.
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This page is a summary of: Public libraries and higher education combining efforts to create quality stem children’s programs, Public Library Quarterly, November 2017, Taylor & Francis,
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