These STEM Kits Will Let Two DC-Area Teachers Bring The Lab To Students’ Homes

Students in STEM

Two D.C.-area teachers are getting a chance to improve their remote and in-person learning tactics after receiving $2,000 worth of STEM research kits from Dupont Circle-based Society for Science & the Public (SSP).

Deborah Branch, science department co-chair at Adelphi, Maryland’s Buck Lodge Middle School, and Samantha Novak, science teacher at Center City Public Charter Schools–Brightwood, each received $1,000 in STEM research kits to encourage their students to conduct more project-based science research, even as they learn from home during the coronavirus pandemic.

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