We work together to improve student achievement by increasing the access that students and teachers have to hands‐on science and technology education equipment.
We accomplish this through increased resources and support for inquiry‐based curricula, tools, materials, and technology.
We believe that as this support increases, the gap in student achievement in science, engineering, technology and math will decrease regardless of grade, age or demographics.
Our membership is comprised of innovative businesses, organizations, and industry leaders whose primary mission is to support hands‐on teaching and learning in every educational classroom or environment in the U.S.
Increase student achievement in science by building awareness, appreciation and support for the technology, tools, materials and curriculum that support student achievement via hands‐on learning.
HOW DO WE DO THIS?
Growing Opportunity (2011)
Our partner, the STEM Education Coalition, has made it easy for you to make a difference in the re-authorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (NCLB) by writing your senator or Congress person TODAY to show your support.
Hands on Science Partnership and Denver Public Schools presents Making Science Count: Denver Public Schools' Approach to Tomorrow - Responding to the National Challenge.