Raleigh, NC, 11/11/2012 – The STEM For Kids story presented by WRAL’s Sarah Hall:
“There were their endless questions and interest about how things worked – from why do rainbows form to how do planes fly. And there was a newspaper article in the Wall Street Journal about college students dropping their science majors because the classes were just too hard.
Singh figured that if young kids, who were curious about the world, had a chance to learn about science early on, it might not seem so daunting once they are in college. “There’s a lot we can do to inspire children when they are really young,” she said, calling them “fertile seeds.”
STEM for Kids focuses on elementary school kids. The programs are fun and educational.”