Exploring Computer Science: An Inquiry-Based High School Computer Science Curriculum Committed to Equity and Rigorous Learning for All Students
SimCalc has pursued a mission of “democratizing access to the mathematics of change and variation”, which translates to introducing students in grades 6–12 to the powerful ideas underlying calculus while simultaneously enriching the mathematics already covered at those grade levels.
SpelBots: African American Women Showcasing Robotics and Computer Science to Underrepresented K–12 Students Nationally
The Franklin Institute is committed to engaging teachers, students, and families in science learning. Parent Partners in School Science (PPSS) was developed by The Franklin Institute, in partnership with the School District of Philadelphia, as a science education and parent involvement program, with the goal of connecting a child’s home and school life through science learning. Through events and take-home activities, adults and children think about their everyday lives like scientists—questioning, observing, testing, and experimenting with the world around them.