The Walking Classroom Institute will donate sets of WalkKits loaded with STEM podcasts and curricular resources to 4th and 5th grade public school classrooms in Chatham and Orange Counties.
Project Olé is a multicultural arts education residency featuring flamenco dance and music instruction at a Chatham County elementary school.
This residency at Central Park School for Children will engage middle school students in designing, building, and creating large size puppets and performing an environmental-themed puppet show.
The Kidznotes Abreu Orchestra provides increased support and opportunities for Kidznotes’ most advanced students.
Provide the HELPS (helping early literacy with practice strategies) program to Chatham County public school students.
For the 2020 School of Doc summer program for high school students and the Teach the Teachers program, which helps high school teachers incorporate documentary film into their teaching.
The Middle School Outreach Program will bring the power of dance education to students involved with Student U, a college readiness and access organization in Durham.
The Teacher Leadership Academy was developed in collaboration with Durham Public School leadership to provide professional growth and leadership development opportunities to DPS teachers, helping them become change agents beyond their classroom walls.
Techies4Tomorrow seeks to increase students’ interest in STEM subjects and careers through interactive, on-line videos with match problems and language arts enrichment within animated stories about African-American STEM professionals.
The STEM 24 Summer Camp offers a math intervention program for rising 9th graders from three schools in Chatham County.