Science Support in Greater Los Angeles

A System for Science Success

PS Science supports classroom teachers in Title I elementary schools around Los Angeles with materials, curriculum and training so they can provide their students with regular and on-going science. With access to science from an early age, PS Science aims to ensure that all kids have an equal chance at the STEM careers of the future.

PS Science is helping teachers, schools, and districts bring real-world science schools to students online

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Here's How We are Expanding Science Access

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In-Classroom Teaching

A PS Science instructor works side-by-side with the classroom teacher to deliver the weekly science curriculum.

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Remote Lessons

PS Science offers remote science lessons for ALL students. Sign up & start learning in minutes!

03.

Code Club

Students transitioning to middle school join our after-school code club to stay engaged with science.

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Clubs and Camps

After school science clubs and our two-week S-TEAM Rangers summer camp provide science-loving students a community of like-minded peers to grow their curiosity and passion.

We enable underserved children and their teachers in Title I schools to

In California, science is not tested until fifth grade, which has resulted in science not being taught nor emphasized in grades Kindergarten through four. PS Science supports elementary teachers with the materials, curriculum and training so they can provide their students with regular and on-going science. This consistent exposure and high-level engagement in meaningful science allows students to meet the requirements of testing in fifth grade. With ongoing science and education, teachers and students:

COVID-19 has brought a 25% cut in program funding, but the need for science support is as great as ever.

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