The students got to solve a 600 year old case of the missing King Richard III and practice with blood splatter.
PROJECT EXPLORATION COORDINATING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TEN80 STUDENT RACING CHALLENGE IN CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS SPONSORED BY THE U.S. ARMY
Students Collaborate, Create & Compete in Student Racing Challenge CHICAGO, Il. (October 9, 2013) — Chicago Public Schools and local science-education non-profit Project Exploration are partnering with the U.S. Army-sponsored Ten80 Student Racing Challenge to bring the exciting science of race car driving to CPS students and educators over the next school year. On October […]
For six weeks this summer, more than a dozen youth participated in a Project Exploration program that explored three different scientific fields, as well as methods for communicating both science and their experiences to the public. Led by Elena Schroeter Ph.D. Candidate, this first-ever STEM Discoveries Program incorporated two weeks of paleontology, one week of […]
A Chicago program called Project Exploration is helping low-income kids discover practical applications for science, math and engineering by introducing them to careers they might not ordinarily have considered. NBC’s Rehema Ellis reports. http://www.nbcnews.com/video/nightly-news/52279311/#52279311
Spearheaded by Project Exploration, a community-based alliance of youth development and STEM education professionals released the first comprehensive city-wide survey and analysis of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) opportunities in out-of-school time. It identified the breadth of programs and gaps in service, and recommended better citywide coordination and expanded outreach to underrepresented communities, especially […]