Outlier Research & Evaluation at the University of Chicago was awarded a $1.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study the landscape of inclusive STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) high schools across the United States. The final study findings were recently released. Questions addressed are: What defines a STEM school? What do STEM schools do? How do STEM schools work? Where is the STEM in S.T.E.M.? The website has an interactive grid of the common components of the STEM schools studied. Explore the report.
The STEM School Study (S3) seeks to understand the landscape of inclusive STEM high schools across the United States. S3 examines how STEM schools define themselves, the strategies they use, and the student experience.
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