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After-School Programs Foster STEM Skills

US News & World Report article discusses the positive influence of after-school programs in STEM subjects.

US News Article


Mad Science's Visit to Harold H. Galligan School

See what the Taunton Gazette had to say about Cyclone Cindy's visit to the school!

Taunton Gazette Article


Mad Science by the Numbers

Below are the results of a recent study conducted by an independent research group to determine whether exposure to Mad Science positively affects children's interest and understanding of science, as compared to children who have not had exposure to Mad Science.  (More information about this study can be found here.)

Students exposed to Mad Science
Students not exposed to Mad Science

 Science Content Knowledge

+19%

+3%

Increased Interest in Science

+10.6%

no change

Interest in Science among Prior
"Low" Interest Students

+39%

Interest in Science among Prior "Moderate" Interest Students

+29%

Attitude that "Science is Fun"

+13%

+1%

 


 
  Time Magazine Article - Is America Flunking Science?
Februrary 13, 2006 - Reprinted by permission.
 

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