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Helping Atlanta’s Underserved Children See a Future in STEM

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Horizons@GT embarking on its third year of bringing low-income students to Georgia Tech’s campus.
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For low-income students, summer is a critical time. Many education experts say that is the time of year when underserved K-12 students fall behind their classmates. While other middle and upper class students are taking family vacations and heading off to summer camp, many low-income students are left at home unengaged. The lack of activity leads to a “summer slide,” a term used to describe what happens when these students return from their vacation and are behind their other classmates in reading, math and science. Many of these students will never catch up.

Georgia Tech’s CEISMC Receives Statewide Honor for STEM Education and SciGirls Funding for Savannah Campus

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The Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics and Computing was named as the Post-Secondary Outreach category winner in the second annual STEM Education Awards.
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Georgia Tech’s CEISMC Named a Winner in the First Annual S.T.E.M. Education Awards

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Awards recognize excellence in promoting science, technology, engineering and math education in Georgia.
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Georgia Tech, Griffin-Spalding Co. Schools Receive $7.3M for STEM Education

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The project will introduce about 5,100 Griffin-Spalding County students to advanced manufacturing learning experiences.
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Contact: Liz Klipp

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Programs Expose Teens to STEM Topics

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Summer programs offered by CEISMC allow teenagers to delve into topics that aren’t usually covered in their middle and high school classes.
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Contact: Andrew Burch

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Robotics Wizard Transforms Gainesville High School

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By Andrew Kerr

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