Connect with Your Communities through STEM Education


How to Implement a School Program

The NTC Research Foundation sat down with Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, President of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, to talk about the importance of corporations’ roles in bringing STEM education to schools. Dr. Hrabowski is a leader and innovator when it comes to education and his insights were invaluable. With this in mind, we want to talk about how a corporation can engage with schools in their communities. There are five ways to implement a successful school program and they are featured in this whitepaper, The School Channel: The Most Misunderstood and Underutilized Channel for Reaching Families.

The School Channel is made up of 110,000 schools with 53 million students. Nine months out of the year, all economic brackets, every ethnicity and every level of intellectual development are represented. By reaching these students with enrichment STEM programming, you not only help prepare them for their future – you also reach adult family members and school professionals. These groups are a vast potential audience. A K-12 school program is a win for your organization and the communities you serve. Take a look at this whitepaper which outlines the best practices for delivering an in-school program.

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The School Channel: The Most Misunderstood and Underutilized Channel for Reaching Families