Operation Breakthrough serves at-risk youth in downtown Kansas City, MO. Their mission is “to provide a safe, loving and educational environment for children in poverty and to empower their families through advocacy, emergency aid and education”.Read More
Have you ever wondered how many things you need in an engaging, project-based STEM/STEAM program? Take a moment to think about it; the number may surprise you.Read More
Here's more great coverage on Mid-America Industrial Park's (OK) investment in its future workforce through the funding of SmartLabs in area schools.Read More
Congratulations to James Hart School (Homewood, IL) on their official SmartLab ribbon cutting! Over 100 community members attended the celebration where students provided a program orientation and demonstrated their work.
The James Hart SmartLab was installed this summer and supports STEM and communication media arts programs for grades 6-8.Read More
MidAmerica Industrial Park (MAIP) in Pryor Oklahoma has joined a growing list of corporate and private foundations providing funding for SmartLabs in their local schools.
MAIP is the largest industrial park in the state of Oklahoma and is home to more than 80 companies - from small manufacturing and service enterprises to global leaders like Google.
MAIP has committed $1.2 million to fund STEM labs in five local school districts. "Our goal is to create a pipeline of highly trained workers who possess the skills, attitude and characteristics needed by our employers, said Dave Stewart, Chief Administrative Officer for MAIP.Read More
We were privileged to participate in this week's ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the opening of three new SmartLabs in Denver Public Schools.Read More
We were blown away by this video news report created by students at Ferris Independent School District (TX) about their new SmartLab programs. Give it a watch!!!Read More
A Colorado elementary school is undergoing a cultural revival after just a year of hands-on learning with a Creative Learning Systems SmartLab.
“It’s incredible what you see, what you hear,” said Cherrelyn Elementary School Principal Eva Pasiewicz. “We have a different energy!”Read More