SUCCESS METRICS 

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY

2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR

 

GOAL 1

Increase STEM literacy, curiosity, and identity in youth from historically under-resourced communities.

GOAL 2

Increase the capacity of schools and community organizations to implement high-quality, informal STEM learning experiences in historically under-resourced communities.

 

GOAL 1

Increase STEM literacy, curiosity, and identity in youth from historically under-
resourced communities.

 

How much did we do?

 

49

Number of STEM Learning Experiences

463

Number of Youth served

222

Unique youth served

5

Number of program sites

3

Number of schools LETS GO partnered with to deliver services

2

Number of youth organizations LETS GO partnered with to deliver services

 

How well did we do?

 

10%

Average % growth in STEM knowledge indicated by content assessments

67%

% partners VERY satisfied with LETS GO planning and execution

67%

% partners VERY satisfied with LETS GO curriculum and materials

 

Is anyone better off?

 

75

% of students who report positive change for STEM engagement

50%

% of students who report positive change for STEM identity

100%

% of students who report positive change in STEM career knowledge PEAR

 

GOAL 2

Increase the capacity of schools and community organizations to implement high-quality, informal STEM learning experiences in historically under-resourced communities.

 

How much did we do?

 

7

Number of STEM instructor training workshops for partner staff/instructors

45

Number of STEM instructor training workshop participants/headcount

19

Number of unique STEM instructor training workshop participants

 

How well did we do?

 

92%

% instructors trained STRONGLY agreed that training content was useful and relevant (Workshop Training Evaluation)

90%

% of instructors trained STRONGLY agreed that the training met their expectations (Workshop Training Evaluation)

90%

% of instructors trained STRONGLY agreed that they knew they could reach out to LETS GO for support as they brought STEM to their classrooms (Workshop Training Evaluation)

 

Is anyone better off?

 

72%

% of instructors trained STRONGLY agreed that they were competent to teach students about the Engineering Design process and/or the Scientific Method (Workshop Training Evaluation)

52%

% of instructors trained STRONGLY agreed that they could deliver the STEM content taught in the training (Workshop Training Evaluation)

69%

% of instructors trained STRONGLY agreed that they were able to engage students in STEM practices (Workshop Training Evaluation)