About this Event
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This conference is the culmination of three years that chosen Fellows and STEM Teacher Leaders have conducted targeted research studies in transdisciplinary and inter-institutional groups, with the support of a research mentor. The research projects have built collaboration and competencies and resulted in each research group engaging in dissemination activities, such as writing articles, preparing school district briefings, and conference presentations. The five research focal areas are Equity, Partnerships, Relevant Curriculum, Student Capital, and Teacher Capital. Research teams will share project results and findings and network with attendees and guests to refine their understanding of Maryland's urban STEM education landscape.
The conference will feature speakers, presenters, and panelists who will discuss: defining Urban Education, Urban STEM Education, and the current state of Urban STEM education in the state of Maryland, among other things. This statewide Urban STEM Education Conference will be open to attendees from Baltimore and Greater Baltimore area school districts, other school districts in Maryland, higher education institutions, and STEM business and community partners.
Register today for the Future of Urban STEM Education Conference at Morgan State University, July 12 - 14th, 2023. Open to attendees from Baltimore, the Greater Baltimore Region, Maryland educational institutions (across K - 20), STEM businesses, community partners, and non-profit STEM organizations. For more information, please email email@example.com.
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