Break down barriers to STEM education for all learners.
Help provide low-income students
skilled educators & hands-on materials.
A recent study from a Stanford economist concluded that
that children from high-income families are ten times more likely to become
inventors than those from below-median income families.
The truth is that many schools and educators in our community are struggling this year to access updated and quality training and educational STEM materials for their students. This contributes to a growing achievement gap, with students in under-served communities and students of color falling behind their peers.
ASSET STEM Education's Access ASSET Scholarship Program ensures that all students benefit from highly-effective educators and high-quality learning tools by providing no-cost training and instructional STEM materials.