C-STEM has had more than ten consecutive years of evaluations from 2007-2017 and a four-year longitudinal pilot study from 2002-2006 which documents the demonstrated impact and success of C-STEM on increasing skills, confidence, and interest in communication, science, technology, and engineering with underrepresented and underserved Pre K – 12th grade students.
Additional reports are available upon request.
|2017 C-STEM Challenge Program Evaluation – Spring|
|2016 C-STEM Challenge Program Evaluation – Spring|
|2015 C-STEM Youth Commission Pre-evaluation|
|2014 C-STEM Challenge Student and Teacher Evaluation|
|2013 C-STEM Challenge Program Evaluation|
|2012 C-STEM Challenge Program Evaluation|
|2011 C-STEM Challenge Program Evaluation|
|2011 C-STEM Rap Evaluation|
|2007 C-STEM Sea Turtle Challenge Program Evaluation|
|2002-2006 Dissertation Contextual Essay-Evolution of CSTEM: After-school Enrichment and the Activity Theory: How can a management service organization assist schools with reducing the achievement gap among minority and non-minority students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) during the after-school hours? (Published in 2008)|