When members of a community band together to invest in the future of children, the possibility for greatness is endless. Maker Ed, a non-profit organization that “supports and empowers educators and communities,” expanded its popular STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) learning programs to 60+ organizations and schools in 2016, one of which is Grass Valley Elementary School in Oakland, California.
The Rimini Street Foundation visited the cheery First Graders of Grass Valley Elementary School and the school’s MakerSpace, the “Wonder Workshop,” where hands-on learning of STEM projects happen all year round. To assist with their impressive growth and impact on the bright children of GVE, Rimini Street donated laptops that will be used as another tool to achieve their shared goals for academic growth and self empowerment.
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