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STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools (SABES)
STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools (SABES), a Partnership between core partners Johns Hopkins University (JHU) and Baltimore City Public Schools (BCPS), works within neighborhoods to build a Community Enterprise for STEM Learning. Supporting Partners include the Greater Homewood Community Corporation, Park Heights Renaissance, Southeast Community Development Corporation, Education Based Latino Outreach, Child First Authority, Baltimore National Aquarium, and the Maryland Science Center. SABES is a unique approach to STEM education that builds expertise and excitement for STEM learning within target communities by engaging BCPS teachers and students in grades 3-5, caregivers, community-based organizations, afterschool program providers, faculty and students from JHU, members of Baltimore's high-tech businesses, and local museums.

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Johns Hopkins and Baltimore City Schools Team Up To Boost STEM Education
This video was created by Johns Hopkins University to announce the initiation of the SABES partnership.

Project Contributions

It Takes a Village to Raise an Engineer
"We present survey results from grade 3-5 students, focused on student understanding of engineering. The work, supported by a National Science Foundation Math Science Partnership between a large, research-focused university…
STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools (SABES) Video
STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools (SABES) is an NSF-funded collaboration between Baltimore City Public Schools and Johns Hopkins University…
Johns Hopkins University Turns to Grade-School Program to Raise STEM's Profile
Posted by: Mia Feller. This article describes the STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools (SABES) program, which strives to improve STEM education for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students at nine schools in the…
SABES Press Release: Johns Hopkins Receives $7.4 Million Grant to Boost STEM Education in Baltimore City
Posted by: Michael Falk. This press release was issued by Johns Hopkins University to announce the initiation of the SABES partnership.
Johns Hopkins and Baltimore City Schools Team Up To Boost STEM Education
Posted by: Michael Falk. This video was created by Johns Hopkins University to announce the initiation of the SABES partnership.
Johns Hopkins Embarks On Project To Improve Baltimore Schools
Posted by: Michael Falk. TV news story and video on the SABES partnership.
$7.4 million grant to benefit STEM education
Posted by: Michael Falk. News article in JHU student newspaper.