Oregon STEM Data Collection Project
OregonASK is partnering with the PEAR Institute at Harvard University to collect evidence of STEM program quality and learning outcomes from sites across the US to inform continuous improvement, support grant funding, and guide policy-making. Help us show the impact of STEM learning in Oregon!

Programs who participate in data collection will have access to several incentives, including:
1. Access to data-creating tools: student survey, educator survey, and observational tool (at no cost!)
2. Training, resources, and technical assistance for the survey and observation tools
3. Dynamic data dashboard to compare program data to state results and national norms
4. Use of data dashboard for grant applications, professional development, and advocacy work.

Fill out the brief survey below if you are interested in participating in the project, and we'll be in contact soon! You can see more information on the study and eligibility requirements HERE.

Your Name *
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Organization *
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Email *
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Organization Address *
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During your summer program, will you be offering 1-2 hours of STEM programming per week? *
How many weeks does your summer program run? *
What is start date of your summer program?
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What is the end date of your summer program?
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Approximately how many students do you anticipate serving in your summer program, per site? *
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What age range will the students participating in STEM programming be? Select all that apply. *
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Are you willing to have your STEM instructor be observed at least once during the summer? *
Are you willing to have your students and staff complete 10-minute surveys? *
How many sites are interested in participating?
Please list the names and addresses of each interested site
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