MEASURES OF SUCCESS

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 3

Execute a Workforce Development Program for youth ages 14 through 22 to prepare students for college and STEM careers.

 

GOAL 1

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

 

How much did we do?

 

242

Activities and Events

2842

Number of youth Served

1494

Number of individual students served

36

Number of program sites

 

How well did we do it?

 

14%

Average % growth in STEM knowledge indicated by content assessments

336/735

Number of students indicating STEM knowledge mastery in content assessments (scores 70% and above)

37%

% students showing mastery of STEM knowledge (score 70% and above)

 

Is anyone better off?

 

82%

% of students who report positive change for STEM engagement

58%

% of students who report positive change for STEM identity (4th grade and above)

65%

% of students who report positive change for STEM curiosity (4th grade and above)

83%

% of students who report positive change for STEM career interest (6th grade and above)

 

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?

 

81

Number of STEM instructor training workshops for partner staff/instructors

350

Number of STEM instructor training workshop participants/headcount

138

Number of unique STEM instructor training workshop participants

7

Number of Shadow Training conducted

 

How well did we do it?

 

88%

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

65%

% of instructors trained STRONGLY agreed that the training met their
Expectations (Instructor Training Evaluation)

93%

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

 

Is anyone better off?

 

78%

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

71%

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

75%

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

 

GOAL 3

Execute a WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Program for youth ages 14 through 22 to prepare students for college and STEM careers.

 

How much did we do?

 

15

Number of students who were offered an internship/apprenticeship connected by LETS GO

14

Number of students who accepted internships/apprenticeships connected by LETS GO

10

Number of scholars who received LETS GO 21st century workforce skills training and one-on-one mentorship

 

How well did we do it?

 

5

Number of LETS GO partners offering students internship/apprenticeship opportunities

9

Number of students who completed LETS GO-supported internships/apprenticeships

 

Is anyone better off?

 

2

Students accepted to Baltimore City Community College through internship

1

Student graduated from the University of Maryland